Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott shares advice for Kareem Hunt, Reuben Foster
The NFL is currently marred by a couple of issues regarding domestic violence.
Last November 23, Reuben Foster was alleged to have assaulted his girlfriend while staying at a hotel in Florida, per Josh Dubow of The Associated Press.
The sad fact is that it wasn’t the first time that he had been arrested for such charges.
Kareem Hunt has made a lot of buzz lately. The 2017 Offensive Rookie of the Year is currently unemployed because of a video that surfaced on the Internet.
In a video that was made public by TMZ, Hunt can be seen arguing with a woman. He then shoved the same woman and kicked her while she was on the floor.
The Kansas City Chiefs did not tolerate his actions and eventually released the 23-year-old running back.
Hunt had a good start to his career and the rushing numbers he produced this season were impressive, but his character seemingly turned it into dust.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has been reprimanded by the league before on domestic abuse charges.
According to Charean Williams of NBCSports, the All-Star running back gave the two players some advice regarding the issues that they are facing right now.
“Just focus on your day-to-day life, making sure you’re winning the next day,” Elliott said Wednesday. “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.”
He’s been in that situation before and knew how it felt to be in such hot water. Elliott served a six-game suspension because of that charge. But he’s back on the playing field and has recovered from the issue.