Judge grants Ezekiel Elliott temporary restraining order | SC6 | ESPN

Ryan Smith joins SC6 to discuss a judge granting Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott a temporary restraining order.

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  • Christopher Stewart
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    Mr Eliott does have the same fundamental unalienable rights as each American. These are rights recognized in our Constitution and given by God. The NFL can not take away what they never gave. The NFLPA can not give away what they never owned. These are the rights of Mr. Elliott alone.
    It is irrelevant as to weather you make $1.00 or $1,000,000. You are a citizen in the greatest country in this world. You have a right to due process, to face your accusers, to be judged by your peers, and to be presumed innocent. You are not required to prove your innocence, your accuser must prove your guilt. It is obvious that Goodell was interested in protecting the reputation of NFL and not honoring the truth. If you are a player in the NFL note that any person can accuse you of anything without proof. You are vulnerable to extortion and blackmail by any corrupt and or devious individual. You are guilty according to the NFL. Your word means nothing. Goodell has guaranteed a strike. The owners paid him how much?

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