After a tough loss to the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, the Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot was spotted blowing off some steam in Las Vegas. 

The 21-year-old was filmed dancing shirtless with DJ Steve Aoki at Hakkasan in Las Vegas. 

Though he had an impressive rookie season with the Cowboys, Elliot is still looking to the NFL to stop investigation into domestic violence claims against him.

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After a tough loss to the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, the Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot was spotted blowing off some steam in Las Vegas

Last year he was cleared when city prosecutors in Columbus, Ohio determined that there wasn’t enough evidence to pursue charges. 

The investigation began after his ex-girlfriend posted pictures of her bruised arms to Instagram, tagging Elliot. Police were also called to Elliot’s apartment in February regarding an altercation with the same woman. 

Elliot told the Washington Post: ‘I do want closure. I would rather them not drag on as long. 

‘I think if there was something to find, which there’s not, they would’ve found it by now.

The investigation by the NFL has gone on throughout Elliot’s entire rookie season, and he continues to respond to follow-up questions

After an impressive rookie season where he led the league in rushing, Elliot isn’t letting a loss keep him down. He is pictured arm wrestling with Dak Prescott in Las Vegas

‘The police did a very thorough investigation. I will tell you this, it just seems like they’re dragging their feet right now. Who knows, man? I just want it to end.’ 

The investigation by the NFL has gone on throughout Elliot’s entire rookie season, and he continues to respond to follow-up questions. 

It clearly hasn’t affected his performance on the field. This season he led the league in rushing with 1,631 yards and scored 15 rushing touchdowns, according to the Star Telegram. 

Although he was cleared while he was at Ohio State, a player does not have to be charged by the legal system in order to be suspended by the NFL for a violation of the personal conduct policy, according to the Post. 

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