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#pounditSaturday, October 16, 2021

Greg Hardy wants to return to Cowboys, repay Jerry Jones

Greg Hardy

Greg Hardy enjoyed his time in Dallas even if the Cowboys’ season did not go well, and he says he “would love” to return to the team next season..

Hardy, who was signed by Jerry Jones despite his involvement in a high-profile domestic violence case, recorded six sacks in 12 games, but the team was just 2-10 in that span. He was signed to a one-year deal and will be a free agent, and he wants to return to the Cowboys.

“I’m not a fan of being not relevant, especially when my man [Jerry Jones] took a nice chance on me and I would love to repay that debt with a million sacks and a ton of wins,” Hardy said after the game via The Dallas Morning News’ Jon Machota.

Hardy also said he was “ecstatic” to play alongside some great players like Dez Bryant, Tony Romo and Jason Witten.

Hardy’s future with the Cowboys all comes down to whether Jones wants him back, and it sounds like he does.

The franchise took a lot of heat for signing Hardy, especially after the disturbing domestic violence pictures were released. But with Jerry, it all really comes down to one thing: are you producing for the team? In Hardy’s case, the answer is yes, so he might just end up back with the Cowboys next season.


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