FRISCO, Texas – The Dallas Cowboys are not sure when Randy Gregory wants to be able to play again, but according to NFLPA figures.
In February, the NFL suspended Gregory indefinitely for violating the substance abuse policy and terms of his reinstatement. Jerry Jones would not rule out Gregory's second-round pick in 2015, throughout the process, and at the NFL scouting combine owner and general manager.
Daniel Moskowitz , Gregory's attorney, issued a statement Tuesday, October 30, 2009 at 7:39 PM
"Obviously, what is Randy is doing a private and personal matter." I can say Mr. Gregory is a walking example (and proving) the age old saying that nothing in the world can take the place of persistence, "said Moskowitz. He is grateful for the unyielding support of the Jones family and the Dallas Cowboys organization. "[1
Gregory has been suspended four times in his career. He missed all but two games in 2016 and the entire 2017 season because of suspension. He was reinstated to the league in training camp last summer and played in 14 games, finishing second on the team with six sacks. Gregory was credited with 28 quarterback pressures and 15 tackles, according to the coaches.
At the end of last season, the Cowboys were aware of what happened next the Miami Dolphins for defensive end Robert Quinn, which covers the Cowboys case Gregory does not return at all in 2019.
Gregory can not participate in the Cowboys' offseason program and can only visit the team's practice facility to meet with an individual report on his treatment.