Back in May, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was detained at the EDC Festival in Las Vegas after he got into an altercation with an event staffer. Although he was placed in cuffs, Elliott’s attorney claims he was not formally arrested.
That didn’t matter to Roger Goodell as he would soon summon him for a meeting that went down on Tuesday.
Zeke would soon take to social media and post a statement about his meeting with the commissioner and it read like a person who was possibly told he would be suspended if he did something else off the field.
Elliott was suspended six games in 2017 for violating the personal conduct policy after an incident with an ex-girlfriend.
He returned for a full season in 2018, putting up 2,001 total yards while leading the NFL in both rush attempts and rushing yards.