In news that won’t surprise many people, former NFL star Greg Hardy has been arrested again, this time for cocaine possession, per NBC’s Dallas-Fort Worth affiliate. Hardy is not playing football this season. He suited up for 12 of 16 games for the Dallas Cowboys in 2015. He was drafted in 2010 by the Carolina Panthers. According to NBC’s report, the arrest happened Sunday night, and Hardy “allegedly had 0.7 grams of cocaine in a wallet in his car. It was discovered after a traffic stop for failing to use a turn signal, a police affidavit states.” Not surprisingly, he allegedly told police the substance does not belong to him. Hardy previously was arrested for assaulting his ex-girlfriend in
The Dallas Cowboys will be without one of their starting offensive linemen most of the season. Second-year guard La'el Collins will go on injured reserve after tearing a ligament in his right foot in the second quarter of Sunday's 31-17 victory over the visiting Chicago Bears. The Cowboys have yet to officially place Collins on IR, but multiple reports say Collins tore a ligament in his big toe and will miss about 10 weeks.
It’s hard to imagine a team being out of their divisional race after only three games, but for the Chicago Bears, that might just be the case. At 0-3, the Bears are the only winless team in a division that also fields the undefeated Minnesota Vikings. The awful start to Chicago’s season can be attributed, in part, to the club’s horrendous run defense. Following Week 3’s shellacking by the Dallas Cowboys, the Bears are ranked worst in the NFC at stopping the run. Teams with bad run defenses need strong offenses that score points in bunches. When you combine a bad run defense with a bad scoring offense, the result is 0-3. Nothing is working right now in Chicago. There’s been no sign of life