Last year, Dallas Cowboy, Greg Hardy was found guilty of domestic violence charges filed by his then-girlfriend, Nicole Holder. The couple allegedly settled out of court, but the pictures of the event were not pretty.

Hardy missed 15 games last season on a paid leave, and was given a 10 game suspension for the 2015 season.

Amidst all of the chaos and distraction surrounding the Dallas defensive end, team owner, Jerry Jones has decided to keep Hardy in Texas.


Jones made the announcement on Hardy’s status with the team as his 10 game suspension is nearing it’s end.

“We have given Greg a second chance. He is a member of our team and someone who is grateful for the opportunity he has been given to move forward with his life and his career.”

ESPN reported multiple instances where Jones encouraged Hardy when he was wrong on all accounts. Having physical altercations with coaches and commenting on other players’ wives is not exactly considered being a leader or “motivating” to other players.

If anything, I would imagine that Hardy would be more of a distraction.

Hardy’s lucky he wasn’t playing in New England, or he’d definitely be out of a job by now.