Indoor Football League Asks Fans To Vote on Whether To Sign Greg Hardy To The Team
Former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy’s NFL career is probably over, as he has generated zero interest from any team in the league after multiple run-ins with law enforcement regarding domestic violence.
There is one team he is interested in joining and they would happily do it, provided he gets enough fan votes. The Salt Lake Screaming Eagles of the Indoor Football League took to social media on Wednesday to ask fans to vote on whether the team should sign Hardy or not.
— Screaming Eagles (@SLScreamEagles) March 29, 2017
“(Hardy) has expressed a strong desire to join the Screaming Eagles as a way for him to showcase his football skills and prove worthy of another chance,” a statement on the team’s website reads.
“… We have spent the past week speaking with Greg directly and with many of his former teammates and coaches. After hours of deliberation and debate, Screaming Eagles ownership, management, and coaches are in unanimous agreement that we will support Greg joining the team under one condition – that our fans vote to allow him.”
Voting ends Thursday, March 30 at 1 a.m. ET.