Terrance Williams

Elliott helps Cowboys top Chiefs, goes back to legal limbo

Ezekiel Elliott said he didn't even know if he was playing for the Dallas Cowboys against Kansas City after a late legal reprieve stopped the star running back's six-game suspension for the third time.

Now it's time for another week of legal limbo after Elliott rushed for 93 yards and the go-ahead touchdown in a 28-17 victory against the Chiefs on Sunday.

Elliott said he threw on a sweatshirt and headed for the team's practice facility Friday morning when he got the word that a New York appeals court had issued an emergency stay of the NFL's suspension over domestic violence allegations.

Last year's NFL rushing leader as a rookie didn't have a run longer than 11...

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