While he’s appealing the league’s six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is scheduled to practice with the team on Tuesday, according to head coach Jason Garrett, per ESPN.
“We’re just going to prepare for the Giants, and Zeke will practice until someone tells him not to,” Garrett said. “And the other guys will get ready to play.”
Elliott’s appeal was heard last week by arbitrator Harold Henderson in New York, and while he’s practicing, a judge is scheduled to hear his request for a restraining order with the hopes of preventing the league from enforcing a decision on Elliott’s appeal hearing.
“I think Zeke has done an excellent job focusing on what he needs to do to get himself ready to play,” Garrett said. “I think our team has done that and just a normal day. We came in and we had meeting and walk-through on Saturday and he was part of it, our whole team was a part of it, and again, our preparation for the Giants is begun.”