With the appeal hearing for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott scheduled for August 29, representatives of the National Football League Players Association made a request to be allowed access to notes made by NFL investigators and Columbus, Ohio law enforcement officials in their respective investigations of allegations that Elliott physically abused a woman in 2016. Elliott will miss practices on Monday and Tuesday to get ready for his appeal in NY with arbitrator Harold Henderson.
"Well, I don't want to speculate about that at all", Jones said.
Ezekiel Elliott's appeals hearing of his six-game suspension Tuesday has already reportedly suffered a setback. The NFL said no, invoking Article 46 of the league's collective-bargaining agreement that gives NFL commissioner Roger Goodell the authority to hear the appeal himself or appoint someone. In 2015 Henderson had the similar task, and he reduced the domestic violence suspension for former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy from 10 games to only four.
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"Harold is a really great friend of mine", Jones said. "He was at my (Hall of Fame) party and so you weren't at that party unless you were a good friend I promise you that". "But he is a friend, and of course that's the way it would be". A former policeman, former attorney. In that contest, Elliott took 14 snaps and finished with 48 rushing yards on seven carries.
According to ESPN's Todd Archer, Elliott played with the first-team offense against the scout team on Wednesday.
Henderson, who was chosen by National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell to hear Elliott's appeal, said Kia Roberts, the NFL's director of investigations, and Lisa Friel, the senior vice president/special counsel for investigations, will be part of Tuesday's hearing.