Guess who’s suspended again.
Well it’s still just one suspension, but the man who has been suspended more times in the past two months without ever missing a game, Ezekiel Elliot, is once again going to serve his six-game suspension “starting immediately.”
This, after a federal judge denied the NFL Players Association's request for a preliminary injunction in his case yesterday, meaning the suspension will be reinstated.
Judge Katherine P. Failla's ruling will bar Elliott from playing as the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York reviews the NFLPA's petition to void his six-game suspension. The ruling is stayed for 24 hours—meaning Elliott won't be officially suspended until the stay expires at the end of today.
What could possibly happen before then?