The NFL has announced that they will be releasing the 2015 schedule on Tuesday and Carolina Panthers veteran linebacker Thomas Davis is keeping his eye open to see if and when the Panthers face his ex-teammate Greg Hardy and the Dallas Cowboys.
“No one really knows what the league’s going to do suspension-wise but I hope we don’t have to face him,” said Davis.
When asked how he thought Hardy would perform in Dallas, Davis said,
“I don’t know. I don’t really care either. I hope he’s not that good and it doesn’t really work out for Dallas. But I know Hardy and I know what kind of player he is. He’s going to go in and he’s going to work his butt off. He’s definitely going to make that defense better.”
Hardy signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys that could be worth $13 million. Hardy had 15 sacks in 2013 before only playing in one game in 2014. The NFL and Rodger Goodell are wrapping up the investigation on Hardy and his discipline could be handed down soon.