Ezekiel Elliott, left, could be down for six games unless a New York court grants the latest temporary restraining order to block the suspension.
Ezekiel Elliott, left, could be down for six games unless a New York court grants the latest temporary restraining order to block the suspension. Brad Loper Special to the Star-Telegram
Ezekiel Elliott, left, could be down for six games unless a New York court grants the latest temporary restraining order to block the suspension. Brad Loper Special to the Star-Telegram

NFLPA files motion in New York court to block Ezekiel Elliott suspension

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