Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy, is currently at the annual NFL owners meeting in Boca Raton, FL trying to find some interest in his client. He isn’t saying whether any bit of interest is coming from the Cowboys.
Dallas needs pass rush help but, from all we can tell, they’ve given up on Hardy as a solution to that need.
Hardy had six sacks for the Cowboys last year, but wore his welcome thin late in the season when he was reportedly habitually late to team meetings, and that’s to say nothing of sideline blowups.
So after the season, the team has made it a point to say little about Hardy, and what little they’ve said has been brief and dismissive. Hardy’s a free agent, they say, and one they haven’t talked to.
Rosenhaus wouldn’t refute their claim, we guess either because it’s true, or because Rosenhaus is a gentleman.
“I have approached the team about Greg after the season but I'm not going to divulge their business,” Rosenhaus said, per the Dallas Morning News. “Jerry (Jones) said there hasn't been discussion, so I'm not really saying anything about it.”