Interesting, I may need to go to a PT. My jumping ability is very important to me, that’s part of why I don’t train my legs for strength much, because I worry it’ll impact my ability to dunk, because I can, but barely. I’ve been trying to jump off of two feet, because I am a left leg jumper to take some of the stress off my left.

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He intends to release a final personal statement in the upcoming weeks and until then we have no further comment.’Elliott had 93 yards on 27 carries in his final game before his suspension began last SundayThe union (NFLPA) had previously asked the court to block the start of the suspension until it considers its request to overturn a lower court ruling on the grounds that Elliott’s career will be irreparably harmed if his suspension begins now.In response, the NFL attorneys insisted that’swift discipline’ should not be manipulated by players and teams seeking to strategically time court challenges so that suspensions are served when they play weaker opponents or when an injury would already require a player to remain off the field.During the appeal process in August, Elliott denied the allegations, according to a lawsuit filed against the league. Ohio prosecutors declined to pursue the case last year, citing conflicting evidence.The NFLPA’s lawsuit also claimed that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and other league executives hid information that was favorable to Elliott’s case.NFL commissioner Roger Goodell (left) has drawn the ire of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (right), who accused Goodell of treating Elliott unfairly by suspending him six games’In what may mark one of the most fundamentally unfair arbitral processes conceivable, Elliott and the Union were subjected to an arbitration process in which, among other things, there was a League orchestrated conspiracy by senior NFL executives, including NFL Senior Vice President and Special Counsel for Investigations Lisa Friel, to hide critical information which would completely exonerate Elliott,’ read the NFLPA’s petition.That lawsuit accused Friel of withholding from Goodell the word of co lead investigator Kia Roberts, who the suit says concluded that the accuser wasn’t credible and that discipline wasn’t warranted.’The withholding of this critical information from the disciplinary process was a momentous denial of the fundamental fairness required in every arbitration and, of course, does not satisfy federal labor law’s minimal due process requirements,’ the lawsuit said.The NFL had medical experts examine photos of bruising that was allegedly caused by Elliott, but the lawsuit claimed that the doctors questioned could not definitively rule that the injuries were caused by domestic violence.Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been critical of Goodell’s handling of the situation and recently escalated his attacks on the Commissioner.Jones has referred to Elliott’s suspension as an ‘overcorrection’ for Goodell, who admittedly mishandled the suspension of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice back in 2014.Goodell first suspended Rice only two games after video emerged of the former Rutgers star dragging his unconscious fiance out of an elevator at an Atlantic City casino. However, that suspension was extended indefinitely after another video was released depicting Rice striking his fiance in the elevator..