The Dallas Cowboys won’t come out and say that they won’t bring controversial defensive end Greg Hardy back in 2016, but they’ve seemingly done everything else they could to signal that No. 76 is not in the team’s plans for the future.
Jason Garrett and Jerry Jones have each made somewhat dismissive statements about Hardy, and over the weekend, executive vice president Stephen Jones told David Moore of the Dallas Morning News that the team hasn’t even talked to Hardy.
At first, Jones only said that Hardy is a free agent, borrowing from Garrett’s go-to line on Hardy.
Hardy started 12 games for the Cowboys in 2015, and finished with 35 tackles, six sacks and an interception.