Sports: Former DE Greg Hardy Transitioning From Football to MMA

Greg Hardy has decided to try his hands (and feet) at mixed martial arts.  The former Dallas Cowboys defensive end has decided to put his football career on hold to pursue MMA.


NFL: Ex Cowboy Greg Hardy Arrested For Cocaine Possession

Former Dallas defensive end, Greg Hardy, was arrested over the weekend due to possession of a white pasty substance found to be cocaine.


NFL: Jerry Jones Makes It Clear Greg Hardy Will Not Be With Cowboys Next Season

The Cowboys should have never signed Greg Hardy last year in the first place and perhaps Jerry Jones realized that now, a year later. Yesterday Jones confirmed that Dallas will not be bringing back Hardy for the 2016 and have no interest in really talking about it any further.


(Photo) NFL: Steve Smith Sr. Calls Out Greg Hardy For Lying About Domestic Violence

Defensive end Greg Hardy did a one-on-one interview with ESPN’s Adam Schefter.  In the interview, Hardy reiterated his innocence and said that he never put his hands on any woman ever in his life.  Schefter questioned him about the pictures of his former girlfriend Nicole Holder who looked abused and Hardy implied they were doctored or he was defending himself, I don’t know.  In any event, Hardy’s former teammate Steve Smith Sr. posted an excerpt of the transcript from the interview and called Hardy out.  Smith played with Hardy for four seasons (2010 to 2013) with the Carolina Panthers.


(Video) NFL: Greg Hardy: “I’ve never put my hand on any woman”

Defensive end Greg Hardy did a one-on-one interview with ESPN’s Adam Schefter and in it he denied ever hitting any woman.


NFL: Jerry Jones Says Greg Hardy ‘Agreed to Really Work’ on His Behavior

Greg Hardy just can’t seem to get out of his own way but Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones might’ve finally gotten through to his defensive end.  Jones met with Hardy last week to address the controversial comments he’s been making, changing his Twitter bio to declare himself innocent of the domestic violence charges and missing meetings and practices since the photos of his alleged victim were released.


NFL: Ray Rice Wants Greg Hardy to ‘Take a Deeper Look Into What the Severity of Domestic Violence Is’

Let’s be honest, there’s two reasons Greg Hardy is currently on an NFL team and Ray Rice isn’t; 1. there’s video of Rice punching his wife Janay in the elevator 2. Hardy is still a very good player, Rice is an aging running back on the decline.  We all know there’s tons of things teams will overlook if you have impressive skills.  Rice however seems to be very apologetic while Hardy has been digging himself in a deeper hole.  Rice offered advice for the Cowboys defensive end Thursday, when asked to discuss the impact of domestic violence.


NFL: Former Raven, Ray Rice Works To Join The NFL As An Advocate Against Domestic Violence

With all eyes on Greg Hardy as he makes his return to the NFL following a domestic violence dispute that was settled outside of court, former Baltimore running back, Ray Rice is speaking out against domestic violence and is working to be the official spokesperson for the NFL.


NFL: Greg Hardy Tweeted His Appreciation In Attempts To Win Back His Fans

On Saturday, we covered a story that talked about Greg Hardy’s return to the Dallas Cowboys after being suspended for 10 games while dealing with a domestic violence case. Hardy was not convicted for the incident, as he and his then-girlfriend, Nicole Holder, allegedly settled outside of court. During the time of the investigation and his paid time away from the NFL, Hardy made multiple jokes and even a music video in regards to his legal issues. Now, Hardy is trying to back pedal, and quickly.


NFL: The Dallas Cowboys Have Given Greg Hardy The Second Chance Of A Lifetime… LITERALLY!

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.


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