The National Football League's commissioner has commented on the controversy surrounding Dallas Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Chris Carter recently made statements suggesting that the NFL would be handing down a suspension to Elliott following an incident where domestic violence was believed to have been involved, and on Monday Roger Goodell was asked about the comments made by Carter.
“We haven’t made any decisions yet,” said Goodell.
“I don’t think Cris has anything to do with the decision.”
Carter suggested that Elliott could be facing up to four games for the suspension, unfortunately Goodell was rather tight lipped on the subject and did not comment any further on a potential suspension.
Needless to say 4 games without Elliott could be a big blow to the Cowboys offense to start the NFL regular season.
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