Ezekiel Elliott's Lawyers Attempting to Settle With NFL

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Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told reporters that, while no final decision had been made as of Wednesday morning, there was a strong likelihood Elliott would be in NY to attend the hearing, causing him to miss practice.

It is possible the court could make a decision by Friday. The Cowboys believe if there's even a small chance that Elliott being there will bring about a favorable outcome, then it's worth him making the trip.

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After the NFL Players Association asked for an expedited appeal, the 2nd Circuit offered a temporary administrative stay that allowed Elliott to play last week against the Chiefs.

With oral arguments taking place on Thursday at 2:00 p.m. ET, a ruling should be made prior to the Cowboys' Week 10 game against the Atlanta Falcons.

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Elliott could still start serving the suspension as early as this week if the ruling is not in his favor.

The attorney for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott are attempting to setting his case with the National Football League in attempts to have his six-game suspension reduced, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. Unlike last week, Elliott will get to practice since he's not now suspended.

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For the second consecutive week, the Cowboys will conduct at least one practice without their star running back. He ran for 93 yards and a touchdown against Kansas City.

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