Judge denies request for injunction by Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott lost an attempt to block his six-game suspension Monday when U.S. District Judge Katherine Polk Failla denied a request for a preliminary injunction after hearing arguments from the NFL and NFLPA.
Judge Failla, in her ruling, stayed the decision for 24 hours to afford parties the opportunity to consider appellate options.
With the ruling in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Elliott’s six-game suspension would again be in effect and he would be ineligible to play until the Cowboys’ game against the Oakland Raiders on Dec. 17.
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A player often receive a signing bonus when he agrees to a contract. The signing bonus is a large payment, often a percentage of the total contract value. For accounting purposes, the maximum amount that counts on the cap in a given season is one-fifth of the bonus, so it allows teams to prorate the costs and lessen the salary cap impact of a contract. These bonuses can be as large as $30 million for a superstar quarterback and around $10 million for a decent starter at other positions.