Hardy was not punished for missing the team's morning meetings leading up to their loss on Sunday.

By SI Wire
November 16, 2015

Greg Hardy arrived late for work and missed nearly all of the Dallas Cowboys' morning meetings ahead of Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, reports Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports.

Hardy was not disciplined, and he played in Sunday's 10–6 loss and recorded one tackle.

Hardy was part of a small scuffle on the sidelines with Demarcus Lawrence, which ended as the two were separated but later walked off the field together without any problems.

Hardy missed practice last month and could not immediately be located by the team.

The Cowboys have not won a game since Hardy joined the team on Oct. 11 after a four-game suspension stemming from a domestic violence incident last year. In July 2014, Hardy was found guilty of two counts of domestic violence. 

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Hardy was originally sentenced to 18 months probation and a 60-day suspended jail sentence. His punishment was later vacated after he appealed the guilty verdict, and charges against him were subsequently dropped when his ex-girlfriend Nicole Holder, the victim, failed to appear at the jury trial.

Hardy claimed in court that Holder's wounds were self-inflicted. Hardy and Holder are believed to have reached a civil settlement outside of court.

The Cowboys (2–7) will face the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. 

- Christopher Chavez

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