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Greg Hardy is styling, "Krakened" out, as he likes to say. From a dark blazer with a silk lining around the lapel to designer jeans to blue leather sneakers to fashion glasses, the Carolina Panthers ' Pro Bowl defensive end looks like he just stepped out of GQ Magazine.
It's no secret that both the Carolina Panthers and the Washington Redskins want to keep their respective star pass-rushers, Greg Hardy and Brian Orakpo.
It was an awkward but funny moment during Jordan Gross ' recent retirement news conference, when most of the people in the room laughed.
The Carolina Panthers have needs at both offensive tackle spots, but don't have much salary cap space to work with.
Pro Bowl defensive end Greg Hardy remains hopeful he can work out a long-term deal with the Carolina Panthers before the July 15 deadline.
As expected , the Saints used the franchise tag on tight end Jimmy Graham . But unlike the Panthers and Greg Hardy -- who has already signed his franchise tender -- don't expect Graham to rush to put ink to paper for a one-year deal that will pay him $7 million as a tight end instead of the $12.3 million he'd like to get as a wide receiver.
And that's even without 25-year-old sackmaster Greg Hardy , who the Panthers placed the franchise tag on last week.
Greg Hardy #76 of the Carolina Panthers runs onto the field during player introductions against the San Francisco 49ers during the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Bank of America Stadium on January 12, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The move means Hardy is obligated to take part in mandatory team activities. It also eliminates Hardy's participation in the free-agent market, which was unlikely to create an offer since any team signing him would surrender two first-round picks.
By Howard Balzer, The Sports Xchange T he first major deadline of the offseason is expected to hit with some drama Monday afternoon when all NFL teams must decide whether to designate one of their soon-to-be free-agent players with a franchise or transition tag.
NFL Insider, Jason La Canfora, from CBS and CBSSports.com joins the Mac Attack to discuss keeping Hardy, prioritizing Ginn and Mitchell, winning with an offense that's seen as the weakness, trying to replace Jordan Gross, the Steve Smith situation and Jim Harbaugh not playing nice in the Bay Area.
Bill Voth, who covers the Panthers for SportsXchange as well as working with the Sporting News and several other outlets, joined Mac and Jim to discuss the Panthers off-season moving and shaking, including Greg hardy, Steve Smith, the offensive line and primary targets for re-signing.
The Bills unlikely to franchise tag star safety Jairus Byrd and the Redskins are unlikely to tag Brian Orakpo , according to league sources.