If you had asked Ezekiel Elliott how he would like to spend his Tuesday, getting this piece of news would probably have been on the list.
According to a report from TMZ Sports the Dallas Cowboys rookie running back has been cleared of any wrongdoing in a series of alleged domestic violence incidents that reportedly took place in Columbus Ohio over several days in July.
The city attorney has decided not to press charges against Elliott after it was discovered that the alleged victim in this case had given the police inconsistent details about what she claimed were 5 separate incidents of domestic violence. The fact that Elliott was also fully cooperative with police likely also helped his case.
This doesn't mean that the NFL won't look to impose discipline on Elliott, but considering that the prosecuting attorney chose not to move forward with charges it seems unlikely that the NFL would follow up with a suspension to Elliott, although anything is possible when it comes to the NFL.