Get more details on Greg Hardy struggle to get his mental condition under control on the flip…
Hardy has taken part in 24 psychiatric therapy sessions this year, the report said, undergoing individual and group counseling for anger management, temper management, domestic violence and ADHD. He will continue to be treated and evaluated.
Hardy has even gone out of his was by sending information to NFL teams showcasing the embattled pass rusher’s attempts to improve his off-field behavior, according to Pro Football Talk.
Here is what is being reported:
Hardy missed most of the 2014 season while on the commissioner’s exempt list after he was convicted on charges of domestic violence by a judge in North Carolina. Upon appeal, the case was thrown out in February 2015 when the accuser stopped cooperating with police.
Last season, after being reinstated and serving a four-game suspension, Hardy recorded six sacks in 12 games for the Cowboys. But the free agent defensive end has failed to sign with a team this offseason because of concern over his off-field character.
Hardy, 27, has 40 sacks in 75 career games. His best season came in 2013, when he recorded 15 sacks.
Teams likely won’t overlook Hardy’s past even with knowledge of his attempts at rehabilitation, but a team could turn to him if he stays out of trouble long enough. That’s what Rosenhaus hopes, anyway.
If some team does decide to give Hardy another shot, they’ll be asking a lot of questions before offering him a deal.
What do you think, should Greg Hardy get another chance in the NFL or do you feel its too much for him considering all his issues?