Greg Hardy is down to two teams, neither being the Seattle Seahawks.
The former Panthers star is reportedly in Dallas taking a physical and completing what he hopes are final negotiations with the Cowboys.
ESPN.com is reporting that Hardy is down to the Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Hardy and the Cowboys have been engaged in ongoing negotiations, and the player stayed overnight in Dallas before the scheduled physical.
Hardy, 26, was a 2013 Pro Bowl selection after leading Carolina with 15 sacks, tying a team single-season record.
Carolina placed the franchise tag on Hardy in February 2014, guaranteeing him $13.1 million for the season. On May 13, he was arrested and charged with assaulting and threatening to kill ex-girlfriend Nicole Holder.
A Mecklenburg (North Carolina) County judge found Hardy guilty on July 15. The verdict was set aside when Hardy requested a jury trial.
All charges were dropped on Feb. 9 because Holder refused to cooperate with the district attorney’s office after receiving a financial settlement from Hardy.