March 17 (UPI) -- He's still under investigation by Roger Goodell and the NFL for domestic violence, but that hasn't hindered Ezekiel Elliott's offseason.
Chris Spielman has had enough of the antics. The former All-Pro linebacker played 10 seasons for the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills before calling it quits after the 1997 season. He also starred at Elliott's alma mater, Ohio State.
Spielman told TMZ Sports that Elliott is causing his own trouble.
"I want people to stop saying he's a 'young man,'" Spielman told TMZ Sports. "There comes a point in time when we all know right from wrong. At what point is it okay to pull some woman's shirt down in public?"
"He is bringing this upon himself. Nobody is bringing this upon him. And he's not young. He is of the age where he knows right from wrong, so lets stop with the young card, I can't stand it. There are no more young cards."
"It's never okay to pull somebody's shirt down. That's insane to even justify that behavior. It's crazy."
Elliott has not been arrested or charged with any crimes relating to multiple domestic violence accusations.