Dez Bryant Tries to Defend Ezekiel Elliott on Twitter

Dez Bryant Tries to Defend Ezekiel Elliott on Twitter

Dez Bryant Tries to Defend Ezekiel Elliott on Twitter

"The disturbance involved a 30-year-old male victim who stated he had been physically assaulted", the statement read. "The victim was transported to an area hospital for non-life threatening injuries".

Meanwhile, Elliott is still under National Football League investigation for an alleged 2016 domestic violence incident and he could soon be suspended for one or two games. In said post, the author argued that suspending Elliott even though charges against him have been dropped will open the flood gates for National Football League players to be blackmailed.

Though he wasn't arrested, this latest physical off-the-field incident for Elliott is setting a precedent for the young star running back that the Cowboys can't be happy about. But Elliott is still subject to possible discipline by the NFL.

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was reportedly involved in an altercation at a club in Dallas during the weekend.

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In his rookie season Elliott ran for 1,631 yards and 15 touchdowns to help lead the Dallas Cowboys to a NFC East division title and the playoffs.

ESPN's Adam Schefter confirmed Fisher's report but added no arrests had been made in connection with the incident as of Monday morning. However, the Columbus (Ohio) City Attorney's Office did not file charges against the Cowboys rusher due to "conflicting and inconsistent information".

Ezekiel Elliott was drafted, played his first season in the National Football League, played in his first Pro Bowl and his first offseason workout program.

During investigation, Elliott admitted that he had a sexual relationship with the alleged victim. During a St. Patrick's Day parade, he pulled down a woman's top, a move that was captured on video. A first-time violation of the policy carries a six-game suspension, but it also allows for a lesser penalty if mitigating factors are involved.

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