We know that Ezekiel Elliott will miss six games during the 2017 NFL season for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.

We know that he will not miss his Dallas Cowboys’ Week 1 matchup with the New York Giants.

Beyond that, we don’t know a whole lot.

According to a report from ESPN, Elliott’s availability for the Cowboys’ Week 2 contest in Denver remains in question.

In a temporary restraining order hearing in U.S. District Court in Sherman, Texas, on Tuesday, NFL attorneys acknowledged that, because of the timing of Harold Henderson’s decision to uphold Elliott’s suspension for violating the personal conduct policy, Elliott will be able to play in Week 1 against the Giants.

An NFL spokesman told ESPN’s Dan Graziano that Elliott’s ability to play in Week 1 “was a question asked by the judge in court before a ruling came down. In deference, and as to not rush the judge, league attorneys agreed to permit him to play.”

Elliott’s availability for Week 2 at the Denver Broncos and beyond is in doubt. Judge Amos Mazzant said he will make a decision on Elliott’s temporary restraining order by Friday at 6 p.m. ET.

If the TRO is not granted and Elliott does not take the case further in the legal system, then the first game Elliott would be eligible to play would be Nov. 5 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Elliott’s attorneys said they intend to take the running back’s case to the federal level if necessary.

On Aug. 11 the NFL announced Elliott’s six-game suspension for violating the personal conduct policy, citing “persuasive” evidence Elliott committed physical abuse against a former girlfriend in July 2016.

Elliott racked up the accolades in his rookie season with Dallas. The Ohio State product was the NFL rushing yards leader and named to the Pro Bowl, a first-team All-Pro, the Pro Football Writers Association NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, the PFWA All-Rookie Team (2016).