Yahoo's Charles Robinson reported that Elliott "is willing to take this whole suspension appeal through courts if he has to". Sources have described him as "upset" about commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to suspend Elliott. The letter also says two medical experts were consulted regarding identification, causation, and aging of certain injuries to the alleged victim as depicted in relevant photos, and those experts provided written reports.
"You should understand, however, that your behavior during this event was inappropriate and disturbing, and reflected a lack of respect for women", Jones wrote.
CNN has not heard back from Elliott's representatives.
Accusing Elliott of committing "multiple instances of physical violence" against a former girlfriend, Tiffany Thompson, the National Football League concluded a year-long investigation with a punishment that Elliott, through his lawyers, has vowed to appeal. The Columbus City Attorney's office announced in September that it would not pursue charges against Elliott because of "conflicting and inconsistent information", but the National Football League can penalize a player even without legal charges.
Abidal tells Mbappe to stay with Monaco
Lyon's youthful side started with a 4-0 thumping of Strasbourg last week and travel out to Brittany to take on Rennes today. The Brazilian worldwide is now free to make his Paris St-Germain debut on Sunday.
FTSE 100 takes cover from war of words over South Korea
In the eurozone, the Paris CAC 40 dropped nearly 0.7 percent to 5,081.92 points compared with the closing level on Thursday. European stock markets fell further in opening trade on Friday on intensifying fears over North Korea, dealers said.
Christian Hackenberg gives Jets a ray of hope
The highlight of the night was a perfectly-placed, 53-yard pass to Robby Anderson down the right sideline. One of his punts went only 14 yards, and he failed to pin the Titans offense deep in Jets' territory.
Insider Trading at National Retail Properties?
ValuEngine lowered Retail Properties of America from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating in a research report on Friday, June 2nd. Principal Financial Group Inc. increased its position in Retail Properties of America by 1.4% in the first quarter.