According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, support for DE Greg Hardy within the Cowboys' organization is "waning."
The Dallas Morning News' Jon Machota believes DE Greg Hardy will be back with the Cowboys in 2016.
Cowboys RE Greg Hardy was late to morning meetings last Thursday.
RE Greg Hardy left the Cowboys' Week 8 game against the Seahawks with a left leg injury and is probable to return.
ESPN's Ed Werder reports it "will cost big" for the Cowboys to sign RE Greg Hardy to an extension and keep him from reaching free agency.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports RE Greg Hardy's absence from last Thursday's practice was excused.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the team wants to sign RE Greg Hardy to a long-term deal.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Cowboys RE Greg Hardy was late for practice last Thursday and didn't call anyone on the team to let them know.
Coach Jason Garrett said Monday that RE Greg Hardy will not be disciplined for his Week 7 sideline altercation with special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia.
Cowboys DE Greg Hardy is active for Week 5 against the Patriots.
DE Greg Hardy can't return soon enough for Dallas.
Cowboys DE Greg Hardy will not sue the NFL to reduce his four-game suspension.
Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones said the team does not expect DE Greg Hardy to appeal his four-game suspension.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reported Cowboys DE Greg Hardy is considering an appeal of his four-game suspension in the wake of Tom Brady's appeal win.