It appears that Greg Hardy isn’t the worth headache’s he caused the Dallas Cowboys, and all signs point to a possible exit.
The Dallas Morning News is reporting that the season didn’t end that well for Hardy, who reportedly “lost the support of his teammates” and had to have extra security measures taken to ensure his safety.
Along the way, Hardy became a constant headache for Jason Garrett. The Cowboys coach met with him at least four times to address his conduct.
Hardy became such a worry for the Cowboys that over the last month of the season they had an extra security presence around him at times to check up on him.
A few teammates who had supported Hardy early began to sour on him late in the season, in part because his perpetual tardiness for team meetings never resulted in a reduction of playing time. Tardiness was also an issue for Hardy with his previous teams.
Hardy finished with six sacks in 12 games, with only one coming after Thanksgiving.