Cowboys using behind Ezekiel Elliott was concerned in a late-night occurrence during a Dallas bar Sunday, a source reliable to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
A Dallas Police orator pronounced no arrests have been reported in tie with a incident. 105.3 FM The Fan in Dallas initial reported Elliott’s involvement.
Elliott is already underneath NFL review stemming from a 2016 domestic assault indictment opposite him. The using behind has been scheming a response to a joining to be submitted in a subsequent week, sources told Schefter.
Multiple sources told Schefter that Elliott could face a one- or two-game suspension, though a NFL has denied that any preference on fortify has been done and pronounced it could not be done until a review is complete.
Sunday’s occurrence adds to a array of off-field issues involving Elliott during his initial NFL season.
In August, before his initial preseason diversion opposite a Seattle Seahawks, Elliott was speckled during a pot dispensary. Owner and ubiquitous manager Jerry Jones was not pleased.
“In general, while it might not be wrong, it’s only not good,” Jones pronounced of Elliott’s visit. “I don’t wish to contend anymore.”
In March, Elliott was seen in a video exposing a woman’s breast from a rooftop of a Dallas bar during a St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Returning from a gift eventuality in May, Elliott was a newcomer in a automobile accident. He missed some time during orderly group activities given of ubiquitous tenderness though was means to do all else for a rest of a offseason.
During a Jun minicamp, Elliott spoke about negligence down off a field.
“Just perplexing to learn to stay out of a way,” Elliott said. “Whatever we do is going to be seen.”
Elliott is accustomed to a spotlight given his personification days during Ohio State, though he pronounced a power has been larger with a Cowboys. He pronounced he schooled lessons from his missteps as a rookie as good as this offseason.
“I consider it’s only life,” Elliott pronounced in June. “You learn from your mistakes, and if we don’t, it can be brutal. So it’s only partial of life.”
ESPN’s Todd Archer contributed to this report.
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