Dallas Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones said he expects the NFL's decision on running back Ezekiel Elliott in the next two weeks.
By that math, we should know by August 16, since the comments were made on Wednesday.
Elliott will likely be suspended one to two games for an alleged sexual assault. He also recently found himself in hot water after a man was left bloodied and beaten at a Dallas night club. He also recently had to attend court for a misdemeanour speeding infraction.
We all know that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been saying plenty about the
Stephen Jones' assumption will likely prove to be true, especially because his father's Hall of Fame enshrinment fast approaching. Given Roger Goodell's affinity for controlling his league's messaging tighter than a PR firm, there was little chance the decision would have been handed down this week. He would never have risked that while enshrining the Cowboys' owner.