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Randy Gregory Gets Another Shot At Redemption With Conditional Reinstatement

The Dallas have done an excellent job acquiring talent through and the under new . However, the elephant in the room all has been when will the NFL reinstate suspended Defensive End, Randy Gregory.

He initially filed for reinstatement back in March but due to the current pandemic causing delays in the processing of his application it’s been hard for Gregory. So much so, that he took to Twitter recently to voice his displeasure. All good things come to those who wait though, as the veteran got his wish and was conditionally reinstated by the NFL on Friday.

Gregory would take to again, but obviously with a much more positive reaction this time:

“Today is the day of celebration and thanks,” he wrote. “I would like to thank , Todd Jones and Kevin Monara of the NFL, Jerry and , Jason Cohen, , Todd Williams and of the Cowboys. As well as Dr. Dina Hijazi, DeMaurice Smith, my agent Peter Schaffer and most importantly my family for sticking by my side through thick and thin, and to helping me get to the positive place I am today. It’s go time. I am in a good place and plan to use this second chance to be a great father, player, citizen of Dallas and teammate. Let’s get this!! #RG94”

Gregory will have to go through an acclimation period before he can practice and be eligible to play. He can to the team facility as early as Monday, September 7 to begin COVID-19 and he’ll be able to participate in conditioning drills, individual workouts, and meetings. He’ll be allowed to begin practicing with the team on October 5 and will be eligible to play when the Cowboys take on the Washington Football Team on October 25.

The last time we saw Gregory in 2018 he was quite productive. He appeared in 14 games and amassed 25 tackles (seven for loss), six (second on the team), 15 hits, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery.

Gregory joins a Cowboys that is loaded with talent. , , , and will join him coming off the . The interior is stacked as well as and Tysten Hill look to be the Week 1 starters at with , , and filling out the rotation.

The 27-year old said “I’ll be back for good this time” in an exclusive interview with CBS Sports back in March. Now, he has the chance to make good on that statement, and if he’s anything near what he was two years ago, the Cowboys just got a lot more formidable.

What do you think?


Written by Matthew Lenix

I write dope stuff about the Dallas Cowboys and what not.

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  1. Happy to see him get another chance….he seems sincere in his desire to do well. Think it’s an abomination that he was punished to this degree and left hanging for this long for smoking weed for his anxiety. We’ve seen players do MUCH worse things and get off ALOT easier then he did. Another example of the NFL and their cluelessness/ineptness when it comes to their own personal conduct policy.
    I’m rooting for Gregory to do well on and off the field.

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