BREAKING: Ezekiel Elliott’s Suspension Has Been Halted Again

David Hookstead | Reporter

The suspension of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is back on ice.

A New York federal judge granted a temporary restraining order against his six game suspension for domestic violence, according to multiple reports.

He is now eligible to play immediately.

This is big news for the Cowboys. Elliott’s suspension had already been blocked once, and then reinstated once again last week.

Dallas likely can’t win enough games to make the playoffs without the former Ohio State Buckeyes star in the backfield. At this point, it’s not a question about whether or not he’ll serve the suspension at some point. He almost certainly will, just like Brady ultimately did when he took his suspension to the courts.

The Cowboys at this point are trying to drag this out long enough to make sure he gets them to the postseason.

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