Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott Jersey can keep playing as court sets hearing for Oct. 2

Elite DeMario Davis Jersey Cowboys running Ezekiel Elliott’s ongoing NFL suspension drama took a new turn Friday when it was announced that the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals scheduled a hearing on Oct. 2 regarding the NFL’s emergency motion on Ezekiel Elliott’s injunction, multiple outlets reported.

The timing of the hearing means Elliott will play for at least the next two weeks.

According to The Dallas Morning News, both sides will have 20 minutes of argument time at the Oct. 2 hearing.
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Originally suspended for six games by the NFL, Elliott has not yet missed any time this season after being granted a temporary restraining order on the NFL earlier this month.

After running for 104 yards in a Week 1 win over the Giants, Elliott was held to just eight yards on nine carries last week in a loss to the Broncos. He now has a tough matchup Monday night at Arizona.

Drew Brees, Saints quarterback: “Do I think that there’s inequality in this country? Yes I do. Do I think that there’s racism? Yes I do. I think that there’s inequality for women, for women in the workplace. I think that there’s inequality for people of color, for minorities, for immigrants. But as it pertains to the national anthem, I will always feel that if you are an American that the national anthem is the opportunity for us all to stand up together, to be unified and to show respect for our country.” Brees stood for the anthem.

Chris Long, Philadelphia Eagles defensive end: “It kind of gets conflated because there’s things that guys are protesting about but when the president calls us out, we’re all of the sudden kind of protesting the right to protest, which you wouldn’t think you’d have to do in this country.

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