Greg Hardy represents a controversial risk because of his domestic violence case. If not for that, dozens of teams would have been fighting to give him $13 million a year.
The NFL has filed a second lawsuit in North Carolina court seeking information from defensive end Greg Hardy’s bench trial last summer in which he was convicted on two counts of domestic violence.
Dallas Cowboys have signed Greg Hardy to 1-year deal worth at least $11.3 million.
The deal completes three days of negotiations with the free agent, who was not retained in Carolina following his involvement in a domestic-violence case that could still cause him to miss some games during a 2015 season suspension.
The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms on a contract with free agent defensive end Greg Hardy, the team announced on Wednesday.
Defensive end Greg Hardy was set to take a physical for the Cowboys on Wednesday after spending Tuesday at Valley Ranch, typically a good indication that a deal is close.
Greg Hardy’s visit to DFW is going to last a little longer. According to multiple reports, Hardy will undergo a physical tomorrow morning adding to the speculation that the free agent defensive end might sign with the Dallas Cowboys.
Free agent defensive end Greg Hardy will visit Valley Ranch on Tuesday, Stephen Jones tells 105.3 The Fan.
The Cowboys have signed linebackers Jasper Brinkley and Andrew Gachkar after losing two starters in free agency. The team also hopes to re-sign Rolando McClain.
Reports that the Dallas Cowboys may acquire defensive end Greg Hardy are not sitting well with those who advocate against domestic violence.
The Cowboys’ position on free agent pass rusher Greg Hardy has changed. Despite concerns with his off-field behavior, Dallas will consider him as a second-tier signing.
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