Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott will not face suspension

Ezekiel Elliott prevented another handle, this time in the NFL front office.
The Dallas Cowboys running back has been informed he will not be punished because of his episode that was most recent, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported.
Elliott satisfied regarding an episode in Las Vegas in with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday. After the assembly, Elliott issued an apology for his actions, promising to make better decisions.
The NFL later declared that Commissioner Goodell determined that Elliott did not violate the personal conduct policy.
The statement in full of the League:
Immediately subsequent reports of an incident in Las Vegas in May between Ezekiel Elliott of the Dallas Cowboys, the NFL conducted a detailed investigation that included interviews with numerous witnesses, including security personnel and others with direct involvement, in addition to an overview of documentary and other information.
On Tuesday, as part of the review, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell satisfied with Mr. Elliott to reinforce the standards of conduct expected of him and the consequences of failing to meet those standards.
Mr. Elliott acknowledged he demonstrated poor judgment and dedicated to make better decisions in the long run. He volunteered to take advantage of the tools available to assist him continue to develop.
Commissioner Goodell determined there was no breach of the personal behavior policy and no further action is justified.
The NFL could have taken action against Elliott for violation of the conduct policy for a repeat offender. For violating the policy, zeke was suspended six matches in 2017.
In this incident, Commissioner Goodell determined no further action was warranted.
The Cowboys hope when training camp opens July 24, the only noise that they hear about Elliott later on is seeing his exploits.

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