Jay Glazer says there’s no place in MMA for ex-Cowboys DE Greg Hardy
It didn’t take long after the news broke Tuesday that former Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy would be pursuing a career in mixed martial arts for FOX Sports NFL insider Jay Glazer – an MMA trainer himself – to say there’s no place in that sport for Hardy:
I would be incredibly disappointed in any of my fellow MMA coaches and any promoters if they took (cont) https://t.co/6lHKFHerPa
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 11, 2016
Hardy, a 2013 Pro Bowl selection for the Panthers, missed most of the 2014 season and the first four games of the 2015 season after an alleged domestic violence incident with his ex-girlfriend landed him on the NFL commissioner’s exempt list. The Cowboys signed him for 2015, but he was more of a locker room distraction than an asset on the field, and he couldn’t find any team to take a chance on him in 2016.
Last month, Hardy, 28, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).