Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott's hearing scheduled for Thursday

Esther Moore
November 7, 2017

Quinn told reporters on Monday that he will prepare for the Cowboys to have their No. 1 running back come Sunday.

While the fate of Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension is being decided in the courts, the Dallas Cowboys running back's lawyers attempted to settle his case with the National Football League, according to a report from ESPN.

A three-judge panel of that appeals court is next in line to take up the matter, probably this week.

"We anticipate him being here (Tuesday) and practicing through the week until there is some decision made", coach Jason Garrett said.

An appeals court granted Elliott a stay as well as a motion from NFL Player Association lawyers for an expedited appeal Friday morning.

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"We note that the issuance of an administrative stay does not constitute a resolution on the merits", Susan L. Carney, a judge on the 2nd Circuit, wrote in Friday's filing.

Elliott joined his teammates Friday and played in Sunday's game against the Chiefs - a game the Cowboys win 28-17 and a game where Elliott ran 93 yards on 27 attempts and scored one touchdown.

The NFL is unlikely to agree upon a settlement with Elliott. The NFL appealed to a federal appeals court in New Orleans, which overturned the injunction and ruled that the district court in Texas didn't have jurisdiction in the case because the union filed its lawsuit before NFL-appointed arbitrator Harold Henderson decided Elliott's appeal.

He was then granted a temporary restraining order by a sit-in judge in the Southern District while Failla was on vacation, allowing to play two more games, setting the stage for the legal maneuvers of the last seven days.

Then he was granted the administrative stay four days later on November 3.

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