"Greg Hardy? He won't be a Raven, I can tell you that,” Harbaugh told reporters.
Greg Hardy is a free agent, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh says that he won't be finding a place in Baltimore, according to Todd Archer of ESPN.com.
“Greg Hardy? He won't be a Raven, I can tell you that,” Harbaugh told reporters after he was asked about Hardy's availability.
Hardy was arrested for assault and communicating threats in 2014, and that summer he was found guilty. The case against Hardy was later dismissed when the accuser did not make herself available for the trial.
Hardy served a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy stemming from a domestic violence incident in 2014. The suspension was initially 10 games, but it was reduced to four by an arbitrator.
After signing with the Cowboys last off–season, he finished the year with six sacks and 32 quarterback pressures.
Hardy remains a free agent, and it does not appear that the Dallas Cowboys will re-sign him. Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones told the Dallas Morning News on Sunday that Hardy is “a free agent we haven't had discussions with.”