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The coaching staff is pretty confident that Beasely will make the jump and become the next level pass rusher they expect of him. The idea that we draft a rookie that will not put up great numbers, or sign a nut job like Hardy is unrealistic. A lot of guys will develop this year under the system making improvements over last year.

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The Cowboys are desparate for pass rush. And Jerry is more comfortable having players with issues than any FO in the league. If they aren't bringing him back then you must consider he brings more bad than good to a team. Don't need to be in the lockeroom to read between the lines.

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Just now, FalconFanSince1969 said:

And you have?

No, which is why you don't see me claiming anything about his locker room presence. I'm simply relying on facts. He's a tremendous pass rusher who will go a long way toward fixing that problem which has plagued this team for many years, and he'll do it for league minimum money. That's all that matters if the goal is to win a championship.

 

If the goal is create a community missionary group, then winning the title is less of a concern...

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2 minutes ago, Jesus said:

The coaching staff is pretty confident that Beasely will make the jump and become the next level pass rusher they expect of him. The idea that we draft a rookie that will not put up great numbers, or sign a nut job like Hardy is unrealistic. A lot of guys will develop this year under the system making improvements over last year.

A lot of guys 'might' develop, including Beasley. Hardy is developed. He would make life for the those guys exponentially easier by dragging double teams and being that guy the other team has to account for on every snap.

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58 minutes ago, Godzilla1985 said:

He's a locker room combination of the plague, ebola & cancer.  No thanks.

He's full blown locker AIDS.  Not HIV, but AIDS.  Complications from the flu, thrush, lesions on his skin like in Philadelphia. 

I really wish people would stop advocating for this piece of human filth. 

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2 minutes ago, thanat0s said:

No, which is why you don't see me claiming anything about his locker room presence. I'm simply relying on facts. He's a tremendous pass rusher who will go a long way toward fixing that problem which has plagued this team for many years, and he'll do it for league minimum money. That's all that matters if the goal is to win a championship.

 

If the goal is create a community missionary group, then winning the title is less of a concern...

If he is all that you claim, why is he sitting at home like an ugly girl on Friday night?

Why has he been dumped by Carolina and Dallas?

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In fairness to OP, Hardy as a football player is probably more valuable than his shortcomings are detrimental to a team. Grown men with millions on the line won't let him derail their world.

 

But combined with the public relations nightmare, that could harm a team's brand and cost them  $, it isnt an appealing business decision. Its not totally black and white. I mean this guy won't even admit what he did to that woman. Some things are bigger than football.

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2 minutes ago, thanat0s said:

No, which is why you don't see me claiming anything about his locker room presence. I'm simply relying on facts. He's a tremendous pass rusher who will go a long way toward fixing that problem which has plagued this team for many years, and he'll do it for league minimum money. That's all that matters if the goal is to win a championship.

 

If the goal is create a community missionary group, then winning the title is less of a concern...

 

like the facts that came out of dallas about the guy?

 

Hardy finished with six sacks in 12 games. From Thanksgiving on, Hardy had only 1 1/2 sacks over the final six games. And it would be a reach to argue his presence helped others excel along the defensive line, considering the Cowboys finished with only three more sacks than they had in 2014.

Along the way, Hardy became a constant headache for Jason Garrett. The Cowboys coach met with him at least four times to address his conduct.

Hardy became such a worry over the last month of the season that the club increased its involvement, providing a more active support staff to check in on him, a source said.

A few teammates who had supported Hardy early began to sour on him late in the season, in part because his perpetual tardiness for team meetings never resulted in a reduction of playing time. Tardiness was also an issue for Hardy with his previous teams.

http://sportsday.dallasnews.com/dallas-cowboys/cowboys/2016/01/06/cowboys-needed-extra-security-greg-hardy-teammates-soured

 

 

Cowboys teammate and fellow defensive end Jeremy Mincey called Hardy “misunderstood” in a recent interview with KDFW-TV,  but said Hardy also hurt the Cowboys’ chemistry during a 4-12 season.

“Yeah, it grew. It grew. It definitely grew,” Mincey said when asked if Hardy’s tardiness to meetings led to more team tension.

 

http://nypost.com/2016/01/12/i-wouldnt-play-with-greg-hardy-again-cowboys-teammate/

 

 

Outside of the Cowboys, it is hard to think of another team that will swoop in and bring him on board. Hardy has alienated himself and made himself untouchable for many teams in the NFL. There may be a desperation move by another team, but at this point it is hard to see anyone bringing Hardy on board.

Everyone deserves a second chance, but no one deserves a third chance if they fail to take their second chance seriously. Hardy continued down the path of immaturity and it may be too late for him to turn back. He can only hope that Jones and the Cowboys decide to give him one last opportunity to change.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/evanmassey/2016/03/25/dallas-cowboys-will-greg-hardy-end-up-being-re-signed/2/#572058e961bf

 

like the fact 31 other teams have not signed this tremendous pass rusher?

 

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13 minutes ago, BazookaJoe said:

If he is all that you claim, why is he sitting at home like an ugly girl on Friday night?

Why has he been dumped by Carolina and Dallas?

Dwight Freeney didn't sign until October last year, and still  put up 8 sacks. It's April. He'll be playing in 2016...

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Just now, thanat0s said:

Dwight Freeney didn't sign until October last year, and still  put up 8 sacks. It's April. He'll be playing in 2016...

Face facts.

Nobody wants Hardy for the reasons most here have stated.

And Hardy doesn't deserve to walk on the same continent as Dwight Freeney.

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