Ezekiel Elliot Dodges A Bullet, Roger Goodell Says He Didn’t Violate The Policy
In this post, we will be talking about Ezekiel Elliot and his shoving incident last May. Ezekiel Elliot, the running back of Dallas Cowboys, can take a sigh of relief, as he will not be penalized for the shoving incident he was involved in. He was involved in an altercation with a security guard over an incident but, he will not receive any suspension for that.
He has not made any violations in the personal conduct policy, and hence, he is safe from any kind of suspension. We have gathered all the details and information regarding this matter, so here is everything you need to know.
The incident occurred in Las Vegas last May, and after that Ezekiel was detained, however, the police didn’t arrest him. According to NFL, a deep investigation took place regarding the incident which involved multiple interviews with other witnesses, including the security guards and other persons to get to a conclusion.
The NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell had a meeting with Ezekiel Elliot to learn the full details of the incident, and in a statement, Ezekiel revealed that he made a poor decision, and he will work hard in the future to not get involved in situations like this. He said that he has worked extremely hard to live up to the standards and the expectations that everyone has from him, however, he made a poor decision this time.
He added that he would start working with all the resources that are available to him, and he is determined that he would avoid situations like this in the future. The consequences could’ve been worse as he could’ve been fined or suspended, however, Roger Goodell came to the conclusion that he didn’t violate the policy and Ezekiel managed to dodge a bullet this time.