The Dallas Cowboys can't seem to stay out of trouble.
The latest incident involving a Cowboys player revolves around a bar altercation in which running back Ezekiel Elliott is accused of breaking a man's nose.
ESPN's Adam Schefter was the first to report on the incident that took place on Sunday night in Dallas. He wrote that, "An NFL official said the league is aware of the situation involving Elliott and 'looking into it to understand the facts.'"
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TMZ takes the story a step further and reports that a witness is saying it was actually Elliott who punched a man in the face and broke his nose.
"The witness says she saw Ezekiel punch the man -- corroborating the story the victim's friend told police. However, cops at the scene could not confirm Zeke was the attacker and he has not been arrested or charged with a crime," TMZ says.
This latest incident comes just days after reports of a possible suspension looming for Elliott to begin the season based on a domestic violence incident from last year.
More on this latest story as it develops...