Investigator recommended no ban for Ezekiel Elliott

Investigator recommended no ban for Ezekiel Elliott

Investigator recommended no ban for Ezekiel Elliott

The NFLPA filing calls for the court to vacate any suspension of Elliott and accuses the league's appeal process of being "fundamentally unfair". Mr. Elliott looks forward to being completely vindicated and will continue to explore all other legal options to redress the reputational and monetary harm that he has suffered.

Kia Roberts, director of investigations for the NFL, recommended no suspension for Elliott after her investigation, she revealed during Elliott's appeal hearing for his six-game suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

This latest course of action by the players' union alleges that the NFL is "orchestrating a league-wide conspiracy" by withholding information in the domestic violence investigation against Elliott that might prove his innocence. Prosecutors didn't pursue the case, citing conflicting evidence.

The union also claims, Elliott and the NFLPA were denied the rights of a fair procedure when Henderson would not grant their request to have Thompson testify.

The NFL had no comment on the filing.

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The NFL also filed a motion opposing the NFLPA's request for a temporary restraining order, essentially arguing that even if the court chose to hear the case, it should still deny the temporary restraining order because courts must defer to the collectively bargained arbitration process and the arbitrator's decision.

Regardless of the police's decision, the National Football League still holds the rights to pursue disciplinary action against Elliot because of its personal conduct policy.

Henderson must rule on the NFL's punishment "as soon as practicable", according to the labor agreement.

Elliott is appealing a six-game suspension for domestic violence. Based on the league's to-date bungling of the situation, we would at this point bet on Elliott playing against the Giants next Sunday night. Sep.

The lawsuit says Roberts prepared a document detailing inconsistencies in the accounts of Thompson, who the suit said was interviewed six times by Roberts. The NFL also argues that courts are not empowered to second-guess disciplinary decisions made by the commissioner and the arbitrator.

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