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.
Greg Hardy will decide whether to take legal action against the NFL for his four-game suspension "any time now," according to PFT's Mike Florio.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Cowboys RE Greg Hardy is considering an appeal of his reduced suspension.
Cowboys RE Greg Hardy's suspension has been reduced from ten to four games.
"Sources close" to Cowboys DE Greg Hardy tell Bleacher Report's Jason Cole that he's "losing some of his will to fight" his 10-game suspension.
SI's Peter King believes Greg Hardy will get either two or four games removed from his 10-game domestic violence suspension.
The appeal hearing on Cowboys RE Greg Hardy's ten-game suspension will begin Thursday morning.
NFL Network's Albert Breer believes Cowboys DE Greg Hardy's ten-game suspension will be reduced "by a significant number" on appeal.
Suspended Cowboys RE Greg Hardy reportedly got into a verbal altercation with teammate Davon Coleman during conditioning drills on Friday.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, "some smart people" believe Cowboys RE Greg Hardy's ten-game suspension could be reduced "anywhere from two to six games" following his appeal.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys "at most" expected RE Greg Hardy to be slapped with a six-game suspension.
NFL suspended Cowboys RE Greg Hardy 10 games for conduct detrimental to the league.