Still in search of a job, former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy is attempting to show teams that he’s taking steps to get better.
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, Hardy’s agent Drew Rosenhaus has contacted all 32 teams with information regarding the work Hardy has been doing this offseason to identify any disorder that may have led to trouble in the past.
This work has included both individual and group counseling sessions, and according to the memo sent by Rosenhaus, Hardy will continue to receive treatment in the future.
There’s no telling if this will be enough to encourage teams that signing Hardy is a good idea, as he’s shown himself to be almost amazingly tone-deaf at every step of the way of recent. The biggest example of this came earlier this offseason when he did a bizarre interview with ESPN’s Adam Schefter that only cemented his status as persona non grata in the NFL.
Meanwhile, the Cowboys have distanced themselves from Hardy since his one-year deal ran out. At the draft in April, owner Jerry Jones ruled out re-signing the former Pro Bowler.