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    Elliott Granted New TRO in NY, Will Play

    The saga continues between Ezekiel Elliott and the National Football League. With the NFL ultimately winning the battle in Texas last week, Elliott and the NFL Players Association filed for a new injunction in New York. Their request was granted today, meaning Elliott's is once again blocked and he can continue playing for the .

    Basically, we're back where we were at the start of the season. The injunction keeps Elliott playing football while his and the union's lawsuit against the NFL continues in New York. How long it takes that process to play out, what future games could be threatened depending on the next court decision, is almost impossible to predict at this point.

    These proceedings may very well continue on into 2018 and allow Elliott to keeping playing through this season. As we saw with last year, the actual serving of the suspension may not occur until next year. Whether that's better or worse for the Cowboys is up for debate.

    Of course, the NFL still has moves to make to appeal this decision as they did in Texas. How long will Zeke's protection last?  Nobody can really say.

    For now, we now know that Ezekiel Elliott will indeed head with the team to San Francisco to face the 49ers. Last season, Zeke ran for 138 yards and a touchdown against the 49ers.  Dallas needs him to have another big game as they look to improve their record to 3-3 after a poor start to the season.

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    Jess Haynie
    Jess Haynie
    Cowboys fan since 1992, blogger since 2011. Bringing you the objectivity of an outside perspective with the passion of a die-hard fan. I love to talk to my readers, so please comment on any article and I'll be sure to respond!

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    Russ_Te

    As predicted. Predicted only because, the NFL case on Elliott is a joke. They are not going to prevail.

    The league should stop fighting this tooth & nail to try to cover up it’s overreach on the investigation findings. A player has a legitimate grievance, it must be heard out in court, and just back the hell off until there is time for that in the offseason. That is the fair approach.

    If that was afforded to Tom Brady – it was, and that was a legit investigation and suspension – then it is totally unfair to not allow that to Elliott.