Late last week, an ex-girlfriend accused Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott of domestic violence.
The fourth overall pick denied the accusation and has not been charged with any crime.
A police report showed that witnesses said they did not see an assault.
Although Elliott has not been charged with a crime, the league is still reviewing the case.
For the first time since that news broke, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is speaking out.
He believes Elliott will still be on the field with the team for their first practice Saturday in Oxnard, California.