The Charlotte Observer reports contract-year RE Greg Hardy has likely played his final snap as a member of the Panthers.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports Panthers RE Greg Hardy will not play until completion of his domestic abuse trial.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports Panthers RE Greg Hardy will ask to have his paid suspension lifted as he awaits his trial for domestic abuse.
Profootballtalk reports Panthers RE Greg Hardy's trial for domestic abuse has been postponed until after the season.
Panthers placed RE Greg Hardy on the NFL's exempt/commissioner's permission list.
The Washington Post's Mark Maske reports the Panthers are considering placing RE Greg Hardy on the exempt/commissioner's permission list.
The NFL is discussing intervening in the Greg Hardy situation.
The Panthers aren't considering releasing embattled RE Greg Hardy.
The Panthers have deactivated RE Greg Hardy against the Lions.
ProFootballTalk reports "there's still a chance" the Panthers deactivate DE Greg Hardy for Week 2.
It's unclear how the league's new domestic-violence policy will apply to Panthers RE Greg Hardy, who was found guilty of assault on a female and communicating threats in July.
Panthers DE Greg Hardy reinjured his bruised shoulder against the Patriots Friday night.
The Charlotte Observer believes 2014 will be RE Greg Hardy's final season with the Panthers.
The NFL can suspend first-time offenders of the personal conduct policy before a case is resolved if there are "egregious circumstances."