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Garrett: Cowboys' Hardy Won't Be Punished for Sideline Rant



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    Dallas coach Jason Garrett says defensive end Greg Hardy won't be disciplined for a sideline tirade that included a physical confrontation with special teams coach Rich Bisaccia after New York's decisive kickoff return for a touchdown.

    Garrett said Monday the heated exchange that also involved Dez Bryant and other players was "not a big deal from anybody inside our football team and inside this building."

    Hardy, in his second game after a four-game suspension for his role in a domestic violence case, barged into the special teams huddle after Dwayne Harris' 100-yard kickoff return for the winning points in the fourth quarter of the Giants' 27-20 victory.

    The Cowboys (2-4) face Seattle on Sunday with their first four-game losing streak under Garrett.

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