After a back and fourth for the ages, the Ezekiel Elliott/NFL suspension saga is at last all but over.
The Cowboys running back and his lawyers withdrew all appeals Wednesday, deciding to serve the six game suspension issued to him following a domestic violence incident that happened while he was in college. Elliott was found not guilty.
Big news: #Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott is withdrawing his appeal, his agents Rocky Arceneaux and Frank Salzano tell me. Elliott will serve his full 6-game suspension. The statement: pic.twitter.com/BV3jPyX4ap
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 15, 2017
Elliott will miss the team’s next five games, having already sat out against the Falcons last Sunday. He will make his return against the Seahawks Dec. 24.