Despite reports of the contrary, Dez Bryant is expecting the Dallas Cowboys‘ triplets to be in full force come the start of the season.

Bryant said Monday that he doesn’t think Ezekiel Elliott will face a suspension for the domestic violence allegations leveled against him.

“I believe Zeke is going to be fine,” Bryant said, according to Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. “I’m not even worrying about Zeke, because that guy loves football. I understand there is more than football, but time will tell. He’s got a great supporting cast. He can’t lose with guys like us around him.”

The NFL is reportedly nearing the conclusion of its investigation, which stems from a pair of claims brought against Elliott by his ex-girlfriend, one in February 2016 and one the following July. He wasn’t arrested or charged in connection with either alleged incident.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been vocal in his support of his star running back, saying Sunday that he’s viewed all the evidence in the case and has seen “absolutely nothing” to suggest Elliott is guilty.

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