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Report: Cowboys DE Hardy appeals suspension, asks for neutral arbitrator

Suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy has reportedly filed his appeal, asking for a neutral arbitrator. On Wednesday, the league announced it was suspending Hardy for 10 games after an investigation found he had violated the personal conduct policy in relation to a 2014 domestic-violence case. According to NBC Sports, the appeal of that suspension was filed on Friday...
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Greg Hardy faces teammate, Cowboys locker room leak

Greg Hardy will soon be fighting off a 10-game suspension enforced by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after a league investigation concluded the evidence that Hardy used physical force against his girlfriend four times was persuasive.  Word on the street is there will be appeals and potential law suits after Hardy already sat out all but one game of the 2014 season - although he...
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Greg Hardy abandons his Bentley during flash flood

Greg Hardy was in the news again, but not for what you may have guessed. Hardy was driving his Bentley through Dallas on Friday and tried to cross a portion of a road which was flooded, and it apparently stalled out on him. According to WFAA: News 8 first found the Bentley unoccupied near Interstate Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Report: Greg Hardy already having issues with Cowboys teammates

Oh boy, that Greg Hardy…he sure knows how to make friends… From me and @alexmarvez: Greg Hardy involved in verbal altercation with Cowboys teammate Davon Coleman today, per sources. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) April 24, 2015 Re the Greg Hardy/Davon Coleman dispute: While it started when Hardy questioned Coleman's effort, as @MikeGarafolo and @alexmarvez said … ...
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Report: Hardy gets in 'verbal altercation' with teammate

New Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy may not actually find the field in the regular season until Week 12 after the league suspended him for 10 games this past week. This doesn’t mean that Hardy won’t be making news around Cowboys camp until he actually suits up for the team. Friday’s news is not of the good variety. Hardy, who sat out all but one game last season...
Via Sportsnaut
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Is the Dallas Cowboys’ Greg Hardy punishment too severe?

With the latest in the Greg Hardy drama it’s hard not to wonder if the NFL enjoys watching the Cowboys struggle. For years, well actually always the Dallas Cowboys have been a very competitive franchise, and always in the limelight because of it. Recently Greg Hardy was given a 10 game suspension, without pay, for the upcoming 2015 season, for allegedly assaulting his former girlfriend...
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Even as a Cowboy, Greg Hardy Still Costing Panthers

On February 28th, 2014, the Carolina Panthers slapped their franchise tag on defensive end Greg Hardy. Hardy, who was fresh off a career-high 15.0 sacks, was then slated to make $13.1 million for the upcoming season.In exchange for the hefty investment, Carolina was excepting to receive another Pro Bowl-caliber campaign from a 25-year-old pass rusher entering his prime. But instead...
Via Pro Football Spot
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The Greg Hardy Suspension is beyond absurd

Two years ago Greg Hardy was one of the most feared pass rushers in the entire NFL for the Carolina Panthers after amassing 15 sacks in 2013 which lead to his one and only pro bowl appearance. It is debatable if he exploded due to him playing much harder as he was in a contract year of his deal or not. As a result the Panthers couldn’t agree to a long-term deal with Hardy...
Via EndZoneScore
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Greg Hardy’s first game back will come against the Carolina Panthers

A short time ago it was announced that Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy will be suspended for the first ten games of the 2015 season. NFL insider Ian Rapoport tweeted the news: The @NFL suspends #Cowboys DE Greg Hardy 10 games. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 22, 2015 AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The 10 most-underrated games on the 2015 NFL schedule Power Rankings:...
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NFL suspends Greg Hardy 10 games

New Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy has been suspended 10 games by the National Football League for conduct detrimental to the NFL. The league’s announcement shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise to those who have been privy to Hardy’s case. He was originally convicted on domestic violence charges in North Carolina before appealing the conviction and requesting...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

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