Greg Hardy’s counseling efforts not helping career chances

Former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy was suspended four games at the beginning of the 2015 season due to multiple off-field incidents. He spent just one season with the team and is now looking for a job before the 2016 season starts.

He has reportedly been working with his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, on getting counseling for his actions off the field. However, ESPN’s Ed Werder, who has spoken with many NFL general managers, reported that it is not swaying teams into taking a chance on the troubled defensive end.

Solicited #NFL GMs on Greg Hardy. Most praised @RosenhausSports for his efforts. But prevailing opinion: "Greg Hardy? Nobody wants him.''

— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) May 13, 2016

One GM even told Werder that teams would likely “err on the safe side” when it comes to signing the former Cowboy and Carolina Panther.

Another GM on Hardy said ownership would be involved. "Maybe…Many will probably steer clear to err on the safe side."

— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) May 13, 2016

No matter what Greg Hardy does, it looks like he won’t be getting a third chance in the NFL anytime soon.

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