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NFL accuses NFLPA of shaming Ezekiel Elliott’s accuser

The NFL is firing back at what they consider victim-blaming in the case of Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott. The league just put out a statement from executive vice president of communications Joe Lockhart which pointed the blame directly at the players union for spreading the information. “Over the past few days we’ve received multiple [more]
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