The last we heard from former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy, his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, was detailing the counseling his client has been going through this offseason in a memo to all 32 teams in the NFL, in hopes of proving that the still team-less Hardy has turned some kind of corner.
Apparently, it hasn’t helped all that much.
ESPN’s Ed Werder reported over the weekend that while teams have been quick to praise Rosenhaus for his efforts, the “prevailing opinion” among NFL general managers is: “Greg Hardy? Nobody wants him.”
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On one hand, this isn’t much of a surprise. Hardy was already going to be viewed (at the very least) as having some major baggage after his stop in Dallas, and the interview he did with ESPN’s Adam Schefter after the season certainly didn’t help matters.
That said, it’s May, and teams are going to get a lot more desperate for pass rush help than they are at the moment.