Elliott’s dad says “legal team is ready to fight”

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Last week, the father of Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott declared himself to be “ready for the show down.”

On Monday, Stacy Elliott provided some more details about how things will play out, now that the NFL has suspended his son for six games.

My son’s legal team is ready to fight!” Stacy Elliott tweeted on Monday morning. “Let’s deal!!!! You will know the set up and PLOT!”

The tweet contains excerpts from a new Fort Worth Star-Telegram story from Clarence E. Hill. Jr. regarding a review of certain documents from the case — documents that have yet to be publicly released.

According to the report, the documents reveal threats from Tiffany Thompson to Ezekiel Elliott, apparently coming after Elliott tried to distance himself from her. “I’m going to ruin your life,” she allegedly said when Elliott told her that her didn’t want her at his house. “You will see.”

When Ezekiel Elliott told Thompson that she wasn’t welcome at his birthday party, she allegedly said, “That’s the worst decision you made in your life. I’m going to ruin your life now.”

Ezekiel Elliott contends, based on the documents, that Thompson told him, “You are a black male athlete. I’m a white girl. They are not going to be believe you.”

So far, the NFL has believed Thompson just enough more than Elliott to tip the scales of in-house justice in her favor. Moving forward, the question is whether the court of public opinion and, ultimately, whoever handles the appeal will agree.

However it turns out, it’s abundantly clear that a fight is coming.

98 responses to “Elliott’s dad says “legal team is ready to fight”

  1. His son beat up his girlfriend and all he’s worried about is getting the legal team ready so he won’t have to miss 6-games. Pretty sad.

  2. Lots of hearsay in those quotes. There’s a reason why hearsay is inadmissible in a trial and also why it carries little weight in Elliott’s hearing.

  3. Still waiting for his Dad to explain his son’s behavior when he molested a strange woman at the St Patrick’s Day Paradae. Of that there IS no doubt…..and no explanation from his Dad, Jerry Jones, and all Cowboy fans who defend bad behavior

  4. Elliott’s dad says “legal team is ready to fight”
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    In other words the attorneys are ready to start billing Ezekiel Elliott to launch an unsuccessful defense.

  5. cowboy4life88 says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:16 pm
    So the NFL is the new law huh.. Just forget what the Police and the investigators come up with

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    The commish didn’t sentence him to jail, Bright Light. It’s his job to run his organization the way he feels until the owners tell him differently. He had this over his head before he was drafted and your boys picked him anyway. Then, he continues to act a fool. This is purely on him, not the commish.

  6. A legal fight? Good luck with that. The courts have already ruled the commissioner can do as he damn well pleases when it comes to Article 46. The appeal is the only hope he really has and if Goodell is serious about the suspension and this isn’t all just for show then the appeal is a done deal as well.

  7. I want an apology from everybody on the Cowboys broadcast on Saturday as for 3 hours all I heard was “Zeke will learn from this, Zeke knows he has to be better, Zeke doesn’t want to be a distraction to his teammates”…

    Why this BS, Zeke’s obviously fighting, Zeke and his Dad beleive the accuser is lying and the NFL is wrong.

    So Marshall Faulk, Stephen Jones, and the rest of the Zeke apology team, why are you peddling this fake narrative when obviously the player feels he did nothing wrong?

  8. cabosan1978 says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:07 pm
    There is no fighting the DJ he clocked or the woman he exposed however.

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    You mean the DJ that was harassing women in his party and decided not to assist police in the investigation? Or the woman that was happy to repeatedly expose herself to the public and encourage Zeke to participate?

  9. Daddy, your son belongs to a union that has a bargain contract that gives the comish the power to surspend your little son. He is the jury, Judge, and decides the punishment. Hire 100 lawyers, waste your money. Your little boy better kiss some butt to get the games down to four.

  10. The legal team will get things all sorted out… a couple months after the 6 game suspension is over.

  11. pastabelly says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:17 pm
    Lots of hearsay in those quotes. There’s a reason why hearsay is inadmissible in a trial and also why it carries little weight in Elliott’s hearing.

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    Geeze, did you learn nothing from Deflategate? This has nothing to do with a court of law. He has no hearing. He can appeal but if Brady couldn’t win then he has no chance. The CBA allows the commish to administer whatever punishment he feels is appropriate withing certain guidelines. This falls within those guidelines. Based on his behavior since joining the league he has no chance.

  12. I admit, as a father, it would be really tough to wrap my mind around the fact that my son is a woman beater. The first place for self examination is how I raised the kid but I suspect that thought never crossed his mind.

  13. So the NFL is the new law huh.. Just forget what the Police and the investigators come up with
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    Where was your concern when Tom Brady got suspended……when Josh Gordon’s initial test sample 2 years ago was below a”positive” test in most states and the 2nd sample showed he passed……I can go on….I somehow get the feeling that you were all for Brady getting suspended with near zero real evidence……can’t have it both ways.

  14. eg2crx says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:15 pm
    His son beat up his girlfriend and all he’s worried about is getting the legal team ready so he won’t have to miss 6-games. Pretty sad.
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    Where through all of this was there ever a claim that she was “beat up”? At least one of her claims has been thoroughly contradicted by her best friend and all other witnesses at the scene. That’s enough to cast doubt on anything she has to say. Can we stop with the claims of “beatings” in any accusation of DV, please? The hyperbole makes a mockery of real DV when it occurs. Not when a jilted woman clearly intended to fabricate much of her story in order to punish her bf. I hope that one day you can appreciate the ease at which a woman can claim these things while the public (like yourself) so quickly demonizes you without so much as a second thought, even with mounting evidence that things aren’t what she claims them to be.

  15. patfanken says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:20 pm
    Still waiting for his Dad to explain his son’s behavior when he molested a strange woman at the St Patrick’s Day Paradae. Of that there IS no doubt…..and no explanation from his Dad, Jerry Jones, and all Cowboy fans who defend bad behavior

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    If you are referring to the woman on the balcony with Zeke who already had beads (you know how you get those, right?) who points to her chest, then points to Zeke (asking the crowd if Zeke should show them)….then after Zeke pulls her top down, she pulls it down a few minutes later…….Yeah, thats not “molesting” a woman. Its childish, its immature and its embarrassing for the team, the league and himself. Want to give him 1 game for that…I got no problem! But lets not act like he walked up to some random woman and pull her top down and fondled her! The St. Patricks Day parade in Dallas is akin to Marti Gras in N.O. (albiet VERY small by comparison)….its college age morons out drinking themselves into oblivion hoping to see exactly what Zeke and that woman did. Its not really a family event.

  16. pastabelly says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:17 pm
    Lots of hearsay in those quotes. There’s a reason why hearsay is inadmissible in a trial and also why it carries little weight in Elliott’s hearing.
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    Plenty of exceptions to the hearsay rule, and I suspect there is direct evidence supporting the threats like an email or a text.

  17. irishgary says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:26 pm
    Did she bruise herself?

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    No, the woman that beat her up at a bar gave her those bruises. Oh wait….you didnt know that she was involved in a bar fight and got beat up? Or maybe you choose to ignore all the evidence.

  18. There is no chance the suspension is eliminated or even reduced. Where there is smoke, there is fire. Suspension stands. It is really disturbing that wrongdoers can’t own up to anything. People think they are entitled not to pay the consequences.. If you do the crime, then you do the time!!!!!!

  19. patfanken says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:20 pm
    Still waiting for his Dad to explain his son’s behavior when he molested a strange woman at the St Patrick’s Day Paradae. Of that there IS no doubt…..and no explanation from his Dad, Jerry Jones, and all Cowboy fans who defend bad behavior

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    If you are referring to the woman on the balcony with Zeke who already had beads (you know how you get those, right?) who points to her chest, then points to Zeke (asking the crowd if Zeke should show them)….then after Zeke pulls her top down, she pulls it down a few minutes later…….Yeah, thats not “molesting” a woman. Its childish, its immature and its embarrassing for the team, the league and himself. Want to give him 1 game for that…I got no problem! But lets not act like he walked up to some random woman and pull her top down and fondled her! The St. Patricks Day parade in Dallas is akin to Marti Gras in N.O. (albiet VERY small by comparison)….its college age morons out drinking themselves into oblivion hoping to see exactly what Zeke and that woman did. Its not really a family event.

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    No one said the woman is a saint. Regardless, what Elliott did was 100% wrong and he should have been suspended for doing it. It is definitely conduct detrimental to the league when you pull any woman’s top down in public.
    Using your logic, it would be okay for Elliott or anyone else to molest a prostitute in public, right? It simply doesn’t fly.

  20. Okay, so aside from this particular case, how does Dad explain his son’s other really inappropriate behavior,like pulling a girl’s top down during a parade, or breaking a guy’s nose in a bar brawl? I’m just curious…

  21. Pastabelly, its not hearsay when they have texts….which from the already released ones asking her friend to make up a story for her…Id say she is looking pretty untruthful.

  22. The Great Gimmick, formerly of the Redskins and of the Dog Piles, has a father who has nothing to do – I’m sure he’ll be ready to slam white women seeing as that is what his son is so fond of dating, marrying, and divorcing.

    I can’t wait for this.

    Apparently Daddy Dearest didn’t get the part of the report that said it was not based on what “she said, he said”.

    This will be delicious. The Bearded Woman beater can take on a white woman but he has to have his daddy fight his adult battles!

  23. In my opinion, the Commissioner or his designee should not hear Article 46 appeals. Instead, that section of the NFL’s CBA should be amended to allow for a truly independent, third-party arbitrator—a former federal district court judge, for example—to either affirm the Commissioner’s ruling, or reduce/vacate the suspension. That’s the best way to ensure public confidence in the game of professional football.

  24. Mr Elliott. You have done an excellent job of raising a fine young man. Your parenting skills are above reproach. Only with outstandimg parentimg can a boy grow into the upstanding citizen and role model he is today. Kudos’ to you for a job well done.

    You must be very proud of your boy. I know Jerry and coach Garrett are as he is a key contributor to the culture of excellence on and off the filed the Cowboys are trying to nurture.

    Well done sir, well done.

  25. laserw says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:57 pm
    “…The Bearded Woman beater can take on a white woman….”
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    Bingo, bango, bongo and we have the winner ladies and gentleman. For those of you who want to pretend that this isn’t a racial issue for most of those proudly and repeatedly referring to him as a “woman beater”. Keep it classy, folks.

  26. Just appeal. Saying you are going to a legal fight is not going to help getting the suspension shortened.

    On side note. Can Jerry pat for the lawyers or does that count as compensation against the salary cap. If he cannot…give up your wasting your rookie contract money.

  27. One, beat woman–check. Two, pull woman’s top down in public, check. Three, assault bartender, check. Four, drive over 100 mph and get caught, check. Five, load up with attorneys to beat rap, check. Six, have daddy crow about your legal eagles are going to beat the rap, check. Stay classy, ‘Zeke.

  28. The way this should work …………..
    Option #1, Serve your suspension, … shut up and learn from it.

    Option #2, Fight it and if you lose your suspension becomes the entire season without pay plus you have to pay for the NFL’s investigation and legal fees.

    Now which way do you want it ????
    The way it’s done now there’s nothing to lose by fighting it. Te only one who wins are the attorneys, right ?

  29. irishgary says:
    August 14, 2017 at 12:26 pm
    Did she bruise herself?

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    No, the woman that beat her up at a bar gave her those bruises. Oh wait….you didnt know that she was involved in a bar fight and got beat up? Or maybe you choose to ignore all the evidence.
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    Tough to explain the bruises around her throat. Difficult to get those in a bar fight.

  30. “So the NFL is the new law huh.. Just forget what the Police and the investigators come up with”

    For the 100th time … it’s not a criminal or civil issue … it’s a workplace one. Employees who abuse women hurt the company. Try showing up drunk for work for a week. Then tell your boss drinking isn’t a crime. Remind him that without a blood alcohol analysis he has no concrete proof you were drunk. See if that works.

  31. patfanken….Still waiting for his Dad to explain his son’s behavior when he molested a strange woman at the St Patrick’s Day Paradae. Of that there IS no doubt…..and no explanation from his Dad, Jerry Jones, and all Cowboy fans who defend bad behavior

    Dumb act on his part, but she was NO stranger!

  32. All this ‘evidence’ and ‘fight’ talk is cute. Did none of the people posting it pay any attention to the Brady and Peterson cases? Evidence doesn’t mean anything in an Article 46 hearing and even less in a court hearing where the league admitted it had none and went on to win anyway. If the league wants the suspension to stand then it will. Don’t believe it? Read the 2nd Circuit decision.

  33. Elliott’s dad says “legal team is ready to fight”.
    If Elliott’s dad & his legal team have alll this evidence/information, how come it was not presented to the NFL during its investigation so it could be used to cleart his son’s name?

  34. There is a dearth of legal knowledge on this comment thread, and I’ll just leave it at that. No need to even argue with most of you because you have already concluded your judgment with no evidence but the decision that was handed down by th nfl, which I’ve followed and can unequivocally say did not meet even the lowest preponderance of evidence threshold in reaching their decision. That decision has far reaching consequences beyond the six games that Zeke has been suspended for and the nfl didn’t even bother reaching at least the lowest threshold of guilt before their decision, as will be evidenced in the appeal and consequent lawsuits that are being loaded up to be filed.

  35. Cowboy fans are finding out what it feels like when Roger Goodell gets your team in his sights. It doesn’t matter if the player or the team did anything wrong. It just matters to Goodell if he can make it appear that they did. Us Saints fans felt his wrath during and after the Bounty Gate scandal. Ezekiel doesn’t deserve to be suspended 6 games any more than Sean Payton deserved to be suspended for an entire season. Its like Goodell himself is going out of his way to make the NFL look bad. Goodell should be replaced and soon. Geaux Saints!

  36. Dad needs to take it to another level and get his son to realize that Perception is Reality. Those billionaire owners first priority is to protect the image of the NFL. Guilt or innocence doesn’t matter if his actions are perceived to hurt the league. Our Constitution does not guarantee him the right to earn millions to play professional football with the potential of earning millions in endorsements. Dad should tell him that all of this is self-inflicted and that he needs to be a professional for as long as he can, because it won’t last forever.

  37. What “Dad” doesn’t understand, and what deflategate proved, is this is not about guilt/innocence. This is about Goodell’s power under the current NFL Players Agreement to expend punishment.

    Zeke will spend more money on lawyers fees than he would save on any reduction in suspension unless it is completely overturned which is highly unlikely. In the meantime he would continue to keep himself, the Cowboys, and the league in the news in a negative fashion.

  38. As always, most of the people who post on here are clueless.

    The most important part that no one is talking about is the next bargaining agreement the union will sign with the league. There is no way, there isn’t work stoppage if the commissioner continues to be the individual who plays Judge, jury and the person who decides the appeals.

    While everyone is talking about what Elliot and his father will do, the union is who we need to watch.

  39. “Tough to explain the bruises around her throat. Difficult to get those in a bar fight.”

    Been in or seen many bar fights? Stranger bruising in stranger places happen when drunk people go at it. Not that difficult.

  40. sportoficionado says:
    August 14, 2017 at 1:32 pm
    There is a dearth of legal knowledge on this comment thread, and I’ll just leave it at that. No need to even argue with most of you because you have already concluded your judgment with no evidence but the decision that was handed down by th nfl, which I’ve followed and can unequivocally say did not meet even the lowest preponderance of evidence threshold in reaching their decision. That decision has far reaching consequences beyond the six games that Zeke has been suspended for and the nfl didn’t even bother reaching at least the lowest threshold of guilt before their decision, as will be evidenced in the appeal and consequent lawsuits that are being loaded up to be filed.

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    You make a good point.

    That being said, this isn’t really about guilt. It’s about business – specifically the brand. When someone makes the brand look bad (guilty or not – see Kaepernick) they don’t get to reap (nor are they entitled to reap) the benefits of said brand.

  41. I would be really impressed if dad said “my son has learned his lesson and will not get in to anymore trouble, act like a man and respect women”. Since we know that is not going to happen it is only a matter of time before he gets in trouble again.

  42. Josh Brown, Giants kicker … gets a one game suspension because everyone involved was not giving the NFL any information. As soon as the full story got out the team cut him. Gone. Pro Bowl kicker waived. No whining … no enabling … just booted him out the door.

  43. What “Dad” doesn’t understand, and what deflategate proved, is this is not about guilt/innocence. This is about Goodell’s power under the current NFL Players Agreement to expend punishment.
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    At least he’s not alone.

    Apparently, 2/3 of NFL fans don’t get it either.

  44. Josh Brown, Giants kicker … gets a one game suspension because everyone involved was not giving the NFL any information. As soon as the full story got out the team cut him. Gone. Pro Bowl kicker waived. No whining … no enabling … just booted him out the door.
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    I think alot of people wish their team would stick to the same high standard.

    Instead we get to watch scumbags like Leonard Little, Donte Stallworth and Lawrence Phillips as teams chase W’s.

  45. redlikethepig says:
    August 14, 2017 at 1:54 pm
    Josh Brown, Giants kicker … gets a one game suspension because everyone involved was not giving the NFL any information. As soon as the full story got out the team cut him. Gone. Pro Bowl kicker waived. No whining … no enabling … just booted him out the door.
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    Yeah…..an average kicker (83% success rate)….and a rookie RB who rushed for over 1800 yards and was drafted 4th overall……you really advocating that Dallas just cut him? My guess is whatever team you root for and the other 30 teams would be calling his agent 5 minutes after being cut.

  46. john baxter says:
    August 14, 2017 at 1:43 pm
    As always, most of the people who post on here are clueless.

    The most important part that no one is talking about is the next bargaining agreement the union will sign with the league. There is no way, there isn’t work stoppage if the commissioner continues to be the individual who plays Judge, jury and the person who decides the appeals.

    While everyone is talking about what Elliot and his father will do, the union is who we need to watch.
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    Perhaps you should check the scope and authority of other commissioners in professional sports before saying Goddell has too much. The NFLPA have the same president now as what they did when they negotiated the CBA in 2011. This is the same CBA that gave Goddell some of his authority in addition to the NFL constitution and by-Laws. If you think change is coming then it should start with Demuarice Smith.

  47. sportoficionado says:
    August 14, 2017 at 1:32 pm
    There is a dearth of legal knowledge on this comment thread, and I’ll just leave it at that. No need to even argue with most of you because you have already concluded your judgment with no evidence but the decision that was handed down by th nfl, which I’ve followed and can unequivocally say did not meet even the lowest preponderance of evidence threshold in reaching their decision.
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    And you’ve ignored the most basic of legal tenets, precedent. The league can do as it pleases and evidence does not matter. See NFL V Brady, the league’s right to suspend was upheld even after admitting it had no evidence.

  48. His dad is acting like this is new evidence: “I’m gonna ruin your life.” Wouldn’t the Zeke Team already have given this to the NFL in order to prevent a suspension?

  49. “Josh Brown, Giants kicker … gets a one game suspension because everyone involved was not giving the NFL any information. As soon as the full story got out the team cut him. Gone. Pro Bowl kicker waived. No whining … no enabling … just booted him out the door.”

    Yes he was booted, only after the Maras and Giants did everything they could to hide serial domestic abuse they were well aware of. They had to send security to his hotel room at the probowl for gods sake because he was abusing her there. The team knew. They were complicit in doing everything possible to hide it including pressuring Goodell for the 1 game suspension instead of the 6 he should have gotten. If that wasn’t enabling I don’t know what is.

  50. Clear extortion case. Some hood rat trying to defame Elliott because he wanted nothing to do with her. Everyone that is here accusing Zeke of being a woman beater should be ashamed of yourselves…the criminal investigation that went into it were dropped and even the cops knew she was lying. Yet, the NFL wants to look tough and make an example of him for all the other DV cases they screwed up. It’s as simple as that.

  51. People can’t seem to understand…do any of us really know who’s being honest? They both have something to gain by lying.

    Idk if he hit her or she’s just a jealous lover. At this point, IDC. All i know is that the NFL has no idea how to send a consistent message. And furthermore, seems to love to draw negative attention to it’s best teams and players.

  52. redlikethepig says:
    August 14, 2017 at 1:54 pm
    Josh Brown, Giants kicker … gets a one game suspension because everyone involved was not giving the NFL any information. As soon as the full story got out the team cut him. Gone. Pro Bowl kicker waived. No whining … no enabling … just booted him out the door.
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    Actually the NFL had 20 counts on him. 20. He admitted to abusing his wife over 20 times. That is a lot. after the Giants knew what he did they offered him a contract extension. It was not until the media ran with the story did it change. OH and just booted him huh? He got the boot on Oct. 25. Almost 2 months after the season started. they were hoping the frenzy would die down so they could keep him. It didn’t so at that point they had no choice but to cut him. Let that sink in…. over 20 accounts of proven admitted DV and they still didn’t cut him.

  53. aarons444 says:
    August 14, 2017 at 2:23 pm
    Josh Brown, Giants kicker … gets a one game suspension because everyone involved was not giving the NFL any information. As soon as the full story got out the team cut him. Gone. Pro Bowl kicker waived. No whining … no enabling … just booted him out the door.
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    I think alot of people wish their team would stick to the same high standard.

    Instead we get to watch scumbags like Leonard Little, Donte Stallworth and Lawrence Phillips as teams chase W’s.
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    High standard. They gave him a contract extension knowing he abused his wife over 20 times!GTOH!

  54. High standard. They gave him a contract extension knowing he abused his wife over 20 times!
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    Little killed a woman while driving drunk, @ well over twice the legal limit.

    Stallworth killed a man driving drunk and high.

    Phillps could have killed a woman.. but was still drafted… and the Rams traded a HOFr to draft him.

    These guys PLAYED in the League after committing HEINOUS crimes.

    Josh Brown will never kick in this League again.

  55. aarons444 says:
    August 14, 2017 at 4:06 pm
    High standard. They gave him a contract extension knowing he abused his wife over 20 times!
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    Little killed a woman while driving drunk, @ well over twice the legal limit.

    Stallworth killed a man driving drunk and high.

    Phillps could have killed a woman.. but was still drafted… and the Rams traded a HOFr to draft him.

    These guys PLAYED in the League after committing HEINOUS crimes.

    Josh Brown will never kick in this League again.
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    How does that change the fact the Giants gave him a contract extension AFTER admitting to 20 counts of DV? The Giants didn’t want to cut him, they got the league to reduce his sentence. They were forced to because of outside pressure.

  56. bigbluefan1 says:
    August 14, 2017 at 4:05 pm
    Josh Brown is not a NFL player any more
    Eliot is next to go

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    You sir…..are HIGH! Its easy to look tough by cutting your kicker…..well after you gave him an extention, then tried to hide the fact that you knew he was serial abuser AND only after everyone caught on to what he was…….but yeah real tough stance there Giants….it almost worked! I bet you a year’s pay that if Dallas cut Elliott tomorrow, your Giants and the other 30 teams would be fighting over who gets to sign him.

  57. The Giants do not really care about DV and have these high standards because if they did they would never have signed Marshal. It is amazing how that has become out of sight out of mind.

  58. His Father should be honest and tell the truth that his sons behaviour is his fault . that if he was better parent and taught his son right from wrong and to respect people regardless of race or gender.
    that if he was not enabled from a young age because of his athletic ability.
    that their is very good chance he would of been a much better person.
    the virtue of good parenting can be witnessed by the person handing him the ball in the Cowboys backfield.

    the smartest thing Cowboys could do is quietly take this punishment.
    hopefully Zeke can learn something from it.
    we can point out to our children that actions have consequences.

    But more importantly from a team standpoint. the cowboys have a ton of injuries and suspensions already this year. they are not realistically a superbowl team this year.
    the worse thing that could happen is Zeke pushes his suspension to the beginng of next year. when the team would be in much better shape

  59. Who is going to pay for Zeke’s big legal expenses? Elliott hasn’t amassed the huge wealth of someone like Tom Brady. If Jerry Jones pays, that could be interpreted as a payment benefiting the player and thus circumventing the salary cap.

  60. Good luck with that. Brady had the best legal team money could buy….the NFL with this current CBA can do anything they want. Best chance is to appeal to the mercy of the league….Bend the Knee!!!

  61. If his appeal is anything like how Dallas performs in the playoffs under pressure, well you know the rest…

  62. How about his father staying out of this one. This guy has several counts against him, he obviously has a problem when he is drinking. Take the punishment, and get his life in order
    before he is gone like plenty of others.

  63. Funny how the 4 ind who reviewed ALL of the info came to the same conclusion. ….Zeke walloped his ex….more than once. No excuse for that. EVER.

  64. The NFLPA paid for 100% of Tom Brady’s legal fees, that is their prerogative. They thought, wrongly, that he had a good chance of winning. And as someone already pointed out, that case has set a precedence that is now iron clad in the eyes of the law.

    The NFLPA won’t even spend one Bitcoin in his defense. Now is the time for Zeke to take a knee and kiss King Godell’s ring…but it won’t help in his straw man’s appeal.

  65. Shocking! You mean if you pay huge money to a lawyer, he will say bat-**** crazy stuff to get you a better deal? What’s next?

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