Randy Gregory Withdraws Suspension Appeal, Cannot Return Until Week 15

    Today is #VictoryPoloMonday. It was supposed to be 100% awesome. Then this happened.

    This is one of the weirdest things to happen concerning the in quite some time. Randy Gregory, second-year who the Cowboys took at 60th Overall last year, is knowingly and intentionally withdrawing a suspension appeal that, if won, would allow him to be playing for his team in just three weeks.

    Such is the case because Randy is already serving a four-game suspension that preceded this ten-game one. His withdrawal makes absolutely no sense based on the information at hand.

    Gregory missed all of while in rehab, is he potentially going back? Does Randy Gregory simply not care anymore? The confusion is at an all-time high regarding a player with an incredible ability to get after opposing quarterbacks.

    It was less than a month ago that hope was high for Gregory, as the Cowboys intentionally gave him a locker at their new facility – . The Cowboys have had some epic failures when it comes to players they've drafted in the second round, and this is just the latest chapter in the saga.

    For now all we can do is speculate on Randy Gregory's intentions with withdrawing his appeal. It's bad news for a who, despite coming alive late in Week 2, is incredibly suspect. This team was hoping that Randy Gregory would return this season and now it's all but definite that he won't. Gulp.

    What do you think Randy Gregory is doing? Let us know! Comment below, Email me at, or Tweet to me at @RJOchoa!

    RJ Ochoa
    RJ Ochoa
    I like long walks on the beach, mystery novels, no just kidding those suck. The Dallas Cowboys were put on this earth for us all to love and appreciate. I do that 24/7/365. I also love chicken parmesan. Let's roll. @RJOchoa if you wanna shout!


    Cowboys remain resilient in statement win over the Giants

    It wouldn't truly be Thanksgiving without a side of...

    #DALvsNYG: 2nd-half adjustments gobble Giants up

    The Dallas Cowboys overcame a shaky first half and...

    DAL 28, NYG 20: Cowboys bounce back to claim a Thanksgiving Day victory

    After a rough first half, the Cowboys came out...

    Halftime Report: Shaky start for the Cowboys, Giants lead 13 – 7

    Giants were up first on offense but were forced...


    Daily Cowboys News in Your Inbox
    Your email address:*
    Please enter all required fields Click to hide
    Correct invalid entries Click to hide

    Trending Now

    Fantasy Outlook: It’s Hard to Trust any Cowboys Player Next Season

    I am already looking forward to my fantasy football...

    Cowboys Reveal New Uniforms for Week 17 vs Titans

    Another uniform emerges for the Dallas Cowboys to wear...

    Diggs Island – Trevon Diggs is entering elite status

    It’s hard to find a cornerback that is under...

    The Star: Getting Inside the Dallas Cowboys New Home

    The Dallas Cowboys star logo is one of the...

    Why are the Dallas Cowboys Considered “America’s Team?”

    The Dallas Cowboys are one National Football League team...

    Will Jalen Tolbert suit up again this season?

    The third-round pick out of South Alabama has been...

    Cowboys Nostalgia: Before Jerry Jones

    25 years ago Jerry Jones bought the Dallas Cowboys...

    Is Rush Hour Almost Over? Jerry Jones Suggests It Might Be

    Earlier in the week, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones indicated...

    How far Dorance Armstrong has come with his football career

    Defensive End Dorance Armstrong was drafted in 2018 by the Dallas Cowboys. Armstrong has been a name that a lot of Cowboy fans have...

    Basham activated as Cowboys prepare to face NFL’s top running backs

    Defensive end Tarell Basham has been activated from injured reserve after missing seven games due to a knee injury suffered during the Cowboys' Week...

    The history of Micah Parsons

    Time to get to know another Cowboy a little bit better. Linebacker Micah Parsons is up for a detailed look at his entire football...


    Newest Most Voted
    Inline Feedbacks
    View all comments
    Randy Martin

    There has to be more to this story. The first question is “under what grounds was he appealing in the first place?” if he was due to get 10 weeks I assume there was a case for it. Since it was never officially announced in the first place how did he appeal it? I also assume he is withdrawing it with full knowledge and support of team ownership. I know I’m doing a lot of assuming here but all we can do is speculate until the story unfolds and hopefully it will. Cmon D-Law! On a positive note, despite the negative stuff that has been said the first couple games I am seeing some good things from the line. I thought Maliek Collins looked pretty good Sunday and Terrell McClain has looked good. Each guy on the line has shown flashes and I believe it’s just a matter of time before they begin to gel.

    Jess Haynie

    I think the team may have been the ones to urge him to make this decision. Now that he’s rejoined the team in practice, they may have seen how much work he needs to really get back to playing shape. This allows him to be carried for most of the year without costing them a roster spot.