Anthony Hargrove missed the 2012 season in part because of a suspension related to the Saints' bounty scandal. His comeback attempt was derailed Thursday when he was released by the Cowboys.
Defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove, suspended last year for his part in the Saints' bounty program, is set to sign with the Dallas Cowboys.
A day after the Bears terminated the contract of Johnny Knox, following his lost 2012 season, the receiver told the Chicago Sun Times that he's done playing football.
Legal expert Eric Macramalla digs deep into Paul Tagliabue's legal decision to vacate all player punishment in the Bountygate case and explains what it really means for the league, the players and the possibility of further litigation.
It turns out Bountygate won't cost any Saints player a single game of punishment, but the damage already has been done.
Paul Tagliabue used different logic when he lifted each Saints bounty suspension.
The NFL extended a settlement offer to the four players suspended as part of the Bountygate case, but that offer was rejected by the NFLPA in consultation with the players.

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