Ezekiel Elliott Distraction and Disruption NFL News

Posted by Grace under Latest News on August 12, 2017

Who is Ezekiel Elliott? According to Wikipedia; His real name is Ezekiel Elijah Elliott. Ezekiel Elliot is an American football running back for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). Ezekiel Elliot played college football at Ohio State, where he earned second-team All-America honors in 2015.

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In the Washington Post, Ezekiel Elliott apologizes for ‘distraction and disruption,’ disagrees ‘strongly’ with NFL. Let’s read the whole story.

Ezekiel Elliott Statement:

“I am both surprised and disappointed by the NFL’s decision today, and I strongly disagree with the League’s findings,”

The statement was posted to social media. He added;

“I recognize the distraction and disruption that all of this has caused my family, teammates, the Dallas Cowboys organization as well as my fans — for that I am sincerely sorry.

“I admit that I am far from perfect, but I plan to continue to work very hard, on and off the field, to mature and earn the great opportunity that I have been given.”

National Football League NFL Response:

“[even] when a player is not charged with a crime, he may still be found to have violated the [personal conduct] policy if the credible evidence establishes that he engaged in conduct prohibited”.

Do you know that Ezekiel Elliott of Dallas Cowboys was suspended 6 games after domestic investigation. What do you think? To all fans of Ezekiel Elliott out there. Leave a comment below and say something about NFL decision. Thank you.

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