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Ezekiel Elliott will be permitted to play this weekend for the Dallas Cowboys as he was granted a temporary restraining order from Judge Paul Crotty in New York.
According to Ian Rapoport, the suspension is stayed for 14 days “or until further proceedings.”
The restraining order once again puts Elliott’s six-game suspension on hold. His next hearing is expected to be on or before October 30 in front of Judge Katherine Polk. The uncertainty of when the next hearing will be is due to Polk, who is currently on vacation.
Elliott will be permitted to play on Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers and it appears that he will also be able to play in two weeks against the Washington Redskins on Oct. 29.