|Offense||16th||127.2 (7th)||219.4 (19th)|
|Defense||10th||112.0 (16th)||227.8 (11th)|
Sun Sep 7
|W 20 - 14||at TB|
Sun Sep 14
|W 24 - 7||DET|
Sun Sep 21
|L 37 - 19||PIT|
Sun Sep 28
|L 38 - 10||at BAL|
Sun Oct 5
|W 31 - 24||CHI|
Sun Oct 12
|37 - 37||at CIN|
Sun Oct 19
|L 38 - 17||at GB|
Sun Oct 26
|L 13 - 9||SEA|
Thu Oct 30
|L 28 - 10||NO|
Mon Nov 10
|L 45 - 21||at PHI|
Sun Nov 16
|L 19 - 17||ATL|
Sun Nov 30
|L 31 - 13||at MIN|
Sun Dec 7
|W 41 - 10||at NO|
Sun Dec 14
|W 19 - 17||TB|
Sun Dec 21
|W 17 - 13||CLE|
Sun Dec 28
|W 34 - 3||at ATL|
Sat Jan 3
|W 27 - 16||ARI|
Sat Jan 10
|L 31 - 17||at SEA|
“He hasn’t been disciplined," NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told the Charlotte Observer. "There is nothing for him to seek reinstatement from at this point."
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell placed Hardy on the Commissioner's Exempt list early this season. Hardy was accused of assaulting and threatening his ex-girlfriend, Nicole Holder, and was found guilty by a judge last summer. However, upon appeal to a jury, the case was dismissed after Holder failed to show up to court and shut off communication with the prosecution.
Hardy wants to be reinstated to the 53-man roster now that a federal judge ruled in favor of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson in his case against the NFL. Judge David Doty ruled that an NFL arbitrator wrongly upheld the league's suspension against him and referred his case back to the collective bargaining agreement.
With a federal judge tossing out an NFL arbitrator's decision to uphold Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's suspension,
Both Peterson and Hardy have been on the Commissioner's Exempt list following off-field legal issues. Peterson pleaded no contest to reckless assault on his son, which originally stemmed from child abuse allegations.
Hardy was charged with assaulting an ex-girlfriend and found guilty by a North Carolina judge. Hardy appealed the ruling to a jury, though the prosecution threw the case out once Hardy's ex, Nicole Holder, failed to show to court or cooperate in the case.
Judge David Doty ruled in favor of Peterson, which opens the door to his reinstatement to the league. The arbitrator's ruling that allowed the NFL to uphold the suspension has been thrown out, sending the case back to the collective bargaining agreement.
The Browns aren't the only ones reportedly interested in receiver/kick returner
According to the Charlotte Observer, the
Ginn spent the 2013 season with the Panthers and had his second-best season as a receiver, catching 36 passes for 556 yards and five touchdowns. His touchdown total was a single-season best with his yardage total second to his output in 2008 with the Dolphins (790).
Ginn was selected in the first round of the 2007 draft by the Dolphins. He was traded from Miami to the 49ers in 2010 and spent three years in San Francisco. He was with the Cardinals this past season and caught 14 passes for 190 yards and had one punt return for a touchdown.
Oher spent the 2014 season with the Titans after signing a four-year, $20 million deal. However, Oher did not live up to expectations and was placed on injured reserve with a toe injury after Tennessee's first 11 games.
Oher was waived-injured by the Titans earlier this offseason.
Oher spent his first five NFL seasons with the Ravens before signing with the Titans.
Bell played 15 games at left tackle last season, after playing right tackle for the Panthers the previous three seasons.
Monday night, Bell posted a farewell message on Instagram, saying, "It's been real in Carolina now time to see where the Lord takes me next! Can't be mad. 4 years would love more but hey it is what it is."
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