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With no options left in the NFL, Greg Hardy turns to MMA

Greg Hardy, his NFL career stalled by a domestic violence incident, is making a move to mixed martial arts. Hardy, the 28-year-old free agent who has been unable to find an NFL team this season, has been training for months in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, reports, and several promotions have shown interest in signing […]
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