Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys running back, has been granted a brief administrative stay of his suspension and will be allowed to play on Sunday against the Chiefs.
The stay is in place only through Sunday, meaning Elliott will be suspended again next week.
That's when his six game suspension would go back into effect and he'd start missing games.
The NFL suspended Elliott in August after a year-long investigation into domestic violence allegations made against him by his former girlfriend.
The NFL wants to enforce Elliott's suspension this season and confirm commissioner Roger Goodell's authority to issue punishment to players.