|Apr. 23 10:49 PM PT11:49 PM MT12:49 AM CT1:49 AM ET5:49 GMT1:49 PM 北京时间10:49 PM MST12:49 AM EST12:49 AM CT9:49 UAE1:49 ET4:49 - The NFL suspended defensive end Hardy for 10 games without pay Wednesday for conduct detrimental to the league after concluding there was "credible evidence" he roughed up his former girlfriend nearly a year ago when he was a member of the Carolina Panthers.
Analysis: Hardy, who joined the Dallas Cowboys as a free agent on a one-year, incentive-laden deal, was notified Wednesday of the decision in a letter from Commissioner Roger Goodell. Hardy plans to appeal.
|Apr. 1 9:33 AM PT10:33 AM MT11:33 AM CT12:33 PM ET16:33 GMT12:33 AM 北京时间9:33 AM MST11:33 AM EST11:33 AM CT20:33 UAE12:33 ET15:33 - Prosecutors in North Carolina have agreed to let the NFL see photographs from Hardy's domestic violence trial as the league considers whether to suspend the defensive end who signed with Dallas last month.
Analysis: An order filed Wednesday in a North Carolina court grants limited access to the NFL, the players association and attorneys for Hardy. The order says the photographs were provided by someone outside law enforcement. The NFL sued for access to them.
|Mar. 25 10:53 AM PT11:53 AM MT12:53 PM CT1:53 PM ET17:53 GMT1:53 AM 北京时间10:53 AM MST12:53 PM EST11:53 AM CT21:53 UAE13:53 ET16:53 - Dallas coach Jason Garrett Hardy must "do the right things from the beginning" to be part of the Cowboys. Hardy signed a one-year, $13 million free agent contract with the Cowboys, with only $1 million guaranteed. The rest of the money is tied to incentives.
Analysis: Garrett said the team talked to people going all the way back to Hardy's high school days in determining whether to sign him. The talented but troubled defensive end was convicted in North Carolina last July of assaulting a female and communicating harassment, but the case was dismissed after Hardy reached a settlement with the victim.
|Mar. 18 12:12 PM PT1:12 PM MT2:12 PM CT3:12 PM ET19:12 GMT3:12 AM 北京时间12:12 PM MST2:12 PM EST1:12 PM CT23:12 UAE15:12 ET18:12 - The Dallas Cowboys have made their big play in free agency with defensive end Greg Hardy. Although Hardy could face a league suspension for violating the NFL's domestic conduct policy, the team said it agreed to terms with the former Carolina Panther on Wednesday.
Analysis: A person with knowledge of the contract tells The Associated Press it is a one-year deal that could earn him $13.1 million if he meets incentives. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because terms of the deal were not announced.
|Mar. 18 2:20 PM PT3:20 PM MT4:20 PM CT5:20 PM ET21:20 GMT5:20 AM 北京时间2:20 PM MST4:20 PM EST3:20 PM CT1:20 UAE (+1)17:20 ET20:20 - The NFL has filed a second lawsuit in North Carolina court seeking information from defensive end Greg Hardy's bench trial last summer in which he was convicted on two counts of domestic violence.
Analysis: The lawsuit filed Wednesday comes on the same day Hardy signed a one-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys. The NFL is asking the judge to inform the Mecklenburg County District Attorney to release material from Hardy's first trial. Although the charges were dismissed last month, the NFL is continuing its investigation into the matter.
|Mar. 17 10:06 AM PT11:06 AM MT12:06 PM CT1:06 PM ET17:06 GMT1:06 AM 北京时间10:06 AM MST12:06 PM EST11:06 AM CT21:06 UAE13:06 ET16:06 - The Dallas Cowboys are meeting with Hardy as they explore ways to improve a shaky pass rush from last season.
Analysis: The 26-year-old Hardy could be suspended to start the season because of a conviction on two counts of domestic violence. The conviction was dismissed in February when his accuser couldn't be found. Hardy remains on the commissioner's exempt list as he seeks reinstatement by the NFL. He played in the opener last year before he was suspended. Hardy tied a Carolina franchise record with 15 sacks in 2013.
|Mar. 5 9:08 AM PT10:08 AM MT11:08 AM CT12:08 PM ET17:08 GMT1:08 AM 北京时间10:08 AM MST12:08 PM EST11:08 AM CT21:08 UAE12:08 ET16:08 - Soon-to-be free agent Hardy will be allowed to sign a new contract even if he remains on the commissioner's exempt list.
Analysis: League spokesman Greg Aiello said Thursday in an email to The Associated Press, "There's nothing to prevent a player on the Exempt list without a contract from signing a new one." NFL free agency begins Tuesday. However, Hardy's playing status remains in limbo. He isn't allowed to actually play until removed from the exempt list, which could prevent teams from going after him in free agency.
|Mar. 3 2:46 PM PT3:46 PM MT4:46 PM CT5:46 PM ET22:46 GMT6:46 AM 北京时间3:46 PM MST5:46 PM EST4:46 PM CT2:46 UAE (+1)17:46 ET21:46 - A person familiar with the situation says Hardy will meet with NFL officials in New York on Wednesday to discuss his domestic violence case. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Tuesday because the meeting hasn't been publicly announced. Hardy, who as been on the commissioner's exempt list since September, becomes a free agent March 10.
Analysis: Hardy, 26, was convicted of assault on a female and communicating threats last summer, but charges were dismissed Feb. 9 during an appeal trial when his accuser failed to testify. Prosecutors say Hardy reached a civil suit agreement with the accuser. The NFL has said it is investigating Hardy's case.
|Feb. 13 7:08 PM PT8:08 PM MT9:08 PM CT10:08 PM ET3:08 GMT11:08 AM 北京时间8:08 PM MST10:08 PM EST9:08 PM CT7:08 UAE (+1)22:08 ET1:08 - Hardy is seeking immediate reinstatement from the NFL after a federal judge cleared way for Adrian Peterson's return to the league.
Analysis: Hardy's agent Drew Rosenhaus said Thursday, "we are working very closely with the NFLPA on this process," adding that he hopes his client will be reinstated soon. Like Peterson, Hardy spent the majority of last season on the commissioner's exempt list preventing him from playing.
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