"I had no idea when I came in on Friday that I was going to have the chance to come in".
The NFL Players Association argued recently in its appeal that Elliott will sustain irreparable harm without an injunction, saying that "courts have consistently concluded that professional athletes suffer irreparable harm when threatened with a potentially wrongful suspension".
If he Faila's ruling is upheld, then Elliott will be suspended immediately. Elliott was not charged by prosecutors for an alleged assault reported to police in Columbus, Ohio, in July 2016.More news: Spain issue arrest warrant for Catalan leader
Elliott received a six-game suspension on August 11 for a violation of the NFL's personal conduct policy related to domestic violence allegations by a former girlfriend.
Elliott joined his teammates Friday and played in Sunday's game against the Chiefs - a game the Cowboys win 28-17 and a game where Elliott ran 93 yards on 27 attempts and scored one touchdown.
The Second Circut granted him an emergency stay, pending the appeal on Friday.More news: Wizards vs. Raptors NBA Predictions Against the Spread 11/5/17
It's unclear how many games they have proposed to the NFL, but neither the league nor the NFLPA intends to settle this case and have Elliott's suspension reduced at this time, sources said. The 2nd Circuit said its brief order does not constitute a resolution on the merits of the court case.
The case will be heard in Judge Katherine Polk Failla's courtroom. "He knows the system". Unlike last week, Elliott will get to practice since he's not now suspended.More news: Hear Taylor Swift's New Song 'Call It What You Want'
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