Ezekiel Elliott issues apology after Goodell meeting

Ezekiel Elliott and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at New York on Tuesday Satisfied to discuss a May incident in Las Vegas involving the Dallas Cowboys running back.

Elliott issued an apology following the conclusion of the meeting for his behavior via Twitter.
“I have worked hard to create much better decisions and to fulfill the high standards which are due to me,” Elliott wrote. “I neglected to do that here and I made a bad decision.”
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An incident in which the running back had a confrontation with a security guard at a vegas music festival preceded the meeting between Elliott and Goodell. After the guard fell after being siphoned from the back, elliott was detained but never detained.
Despite never being charged with a crime, Elliott is subject to suspension or a fine under the league’s personal conduct policy. According to the Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, sources have indicated that they don’t expect Elliott to be suspended.
The NFL hasn’t yet issued a statement on the assembly of Tuesday.
Joining Elliott in New York for the meeting were members of Cowboys counselor, sources told Garafolo.
This isn’t the time Elliott and Goodell have met to discuss the Cowboys running back behaviour.
Elliott was suspended six matches in 2017 for breaking up the conduct policy that was personal. The suspension came after a year-long league investigation into domestic violence accusations made against Elliott.
While it does not appear a suspension will stem from this newest altercation, Tuesday’s assembly reads like a warning against the NFL into Elliott to clean up his off-field behaviour. The All-Pro that is 23-year-old says he discovered that message loud and clear.
“I want to work harder to ensure I do not place myself in compromised situations later on,” Elliott wrote Tuesday. “I’m rededicating myself to utilize each the resources that the team has made accessible.
“But in the long run, it’s up to me and I am determined to not be in this position again.”

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