Ezekiel Elliott has advice for Kareem Hunt, Reuben Foster: ‘Make sure you’re winning your next day’

Ezekiel Elliott has advice for Kareem Hunt, Reuben Foster: ‘Make sure you’re winning your next day’

Kansas City Chiefs released Hunt this week after video of his shoving and kicking a woman in a hotel hallway while went public, while the San Francisco 49ers released Foster after a second domestic violence arrest.’ data-reactid=”23″>The Kansas City Chiefs released Hunt this week after video of his shoving and kicking a woman in a hotel hallway while went public, while the San Francisco 49ers released Foster after a second domestic violence arrest.

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.’ data-reactid=”26″>From Greg Hardy to Ray Rice to Adam “Pacman” Jones, the NFL has struggled to manage cases of players accused of violence against women, a list that includes Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.

Elliott said. “When you start looking down the road, you can kind of get bogged down. Just make sure you focus on the day to day and doing better day to day, and things are going to work themselves out.”’ data-reactid=”30″>“Just focus on your day to day life, making sure you’re winning the next day,” Elliott said. “When you start looking down the road, you can kind of get bogged down. Just make sure you focus on the day to day and doing better day to day, and things are going to work themselves out.”

This is the NFL in 2018

The idea of asking an accused abuser for advice for other accused abusers is a bizarre one to begin with and speaks to the sad state of the league in terms of such an ugly issue.

It also represents an unfortunate reality. Elliott does appear to have moved past the accusations in terms of his own career. His success in moving forward apparently makes him a case study in how to do so.

It’s an appalling microcosm of the state of the NFL in 2018.

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