FRISCO, Texas – The Dallas Cowboys are not sure when Randy Gregory will be able to play again, but according to NFLPA characters, they have extended their contract by 2020.
In February, NFL suspended suspended Gregory indefinitely to violate drug abuse policy and the conditions for his reintroduction. Cowboys have been supportive of Gregory, their second round of elections in 2015 throughout the process, and on NFL scouting combines owner and general manager Jerry Jones would not rule Gregory from playing at any time in 2019.
Daniel Moskowitz Gregory & # 39; s lawyer issued a statement on Tuesday thanking cowboys for their continued support from his client.
"Of course, that's what Randy does, a private and personal affair. I can say that Mr Gregory is an example of going (and proving) The old age says that nothing in the world can replace persistence," said Moskowitz. "This simple but deep sentence" pushing on "carries him as he does what he has to do for himself, his daughter, family and the Dallas Cowboys. He is grateful for the relentless support of the Jones family and the Dallas Cowboy's organization." [1
Gregory, 26, has been suspended four times in his career. He missed anything but two games in 2016 and throughout the 2017 season due to suspension. He was reinstated in the league in training camp last summer and played in 14 games and finished second on the team with six bags. Gregory was credited with 28 quarterback press and 15 tackles, according to the coaches. He had two tackles for loss and forced two fumbles to restore one.
At the end of last season, the cowboys were aware that Gregory was facing further punishment for 2019. Last week, they traded a sixth round in 2020 to Miami's defensive end Robert Quinn covering Cowboys if Gregory does not return in 2019.
Under the terms of the suspension, Gregory cannot participate in the Cowboys offseason program and can visit the team's practice facility only to meet with a person about his treatment.