Despite reports to the contrary, Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy is as committed as ever to fighting his ten game suspension, this according to a report by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
On Tuesday, Jason Cole of Bleacher Report quoted a source as saying Hardy was “losing some of his will to fight” the 10-game suspension handed down by the NFL, and would be inclined to accept a reduction in the suspension to six or eight games without pursuing any further action.
On Wednesday, Florio quoted another source close to Hardy, who said that--far from tiring of fighting the league--the long wait between his appeal hearing and a ruling has only strengthened the former Pro Bowler’s resolve to fight the league on anything more than a two-game suspension. It’s been over five weeks since Hardy’s appeal was heard.
“Greg has every intention of taking whatever legal steps are necessary,” the source told PFT. “Nothing has changed on our end.”
The source added: “Greg has nothing to lose by fighting.”