It did only take Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones a year to admit that Greg Hardy’s time with the Cowboys was a failure, but at least now he’s admitted it.
On PFT Live today, Jones said there is no way the Cowboys would bring Hardy back even if he was available.
“I don’t see that happening. We certainly had that experiment, and unfortunately it didn’t work out,” Jones said. “We’ve moved on and we think we’ve got some good football players on our defensive line that should only get better. They’re young. I’m certainly not naive, I know we don’t have proven production on that defensive line as we sit here today, but I do think we have some good athletes that are only going to get better.”
While Greg Hardy might not be an option, the Cowboys are in the market for some veteran help at the end position.
“We’ll certainly keep our eyes peeled to see if there’s anyone else who makes sense to add to that group,” Jones said.
Hardy has worked out for both Jacksonville and Washington this summer, but wasn’t offered a contract by either.