OAKLAND, CA (The Spread) - The market has been quiet for free agent Greg Hardy but according to one report, he may soon have a suitor.
Profootballtalk.com is reporting that the Raiders are interested in Hardy, who only played in one game last season after agreeing to be placed on the exempt list filing a domestic abuse conviction. He made $13.1 million in spite being ineligible to play in the NFL and is now a free agent.
The problem that Oakland or any interested team would have is that Hardy still faces league discipline stemming from the 2014 domestic-violence arrest. With his future playing status up in the air, teams have been reluctant to bring on the troubled defensive end, who fell to the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft.
The 49ers also reportedly have "cursory interest" in Hardy.