The NFL will not receive court documents from free agent DE Greg Hardy's trial for domestic violence.
The Charlotte Observer reports free agent Greg Hardy is seeking "immediate reinstatement" following Thursday's ruling in the Adrian Peterson case.
Thursday's reversal of Adrian Peterson's suspension is expected to affect the Greg Hardy case.
The Cincinnati Enquirer's Paul Dehner suggests free agent Greg Hardy could be a fit for the Bengals.
Panthers GM Dave Gettleman says he hasn't spoken with free agent Greg Hardy since his suspension, and that he's had "minimal" contact with his player rep.
According to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, the "feeling is" the league is going to do "everything it can" to ensure free agent Greg Hardy serves "some kind of suspension."
The NFL has filed a petition to have the protective order lifted off free agent DE Greg Hardy's domestic violence trial.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports it's "extremely unlikely" that free agent DE Greg Hardy faces "any kind of further punishment" from the league.
The state has dismissed both domestic abuse charges against free agent DE Greg Hardy.
"Multiple team sources" tell the Charlotte Observer the Panthers will not bring back suspended free agent DE Greg Hardy.
Suspended DE Greg Hardy's trial date on domestic violence charges is slated for February 9.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera does not expect suspended RE Greg Hardy to play this season.
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.