ARLINGTON, TX (The Spread) - ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy is considering an appeal of his reduced suspension.
Hardy had been suspended 10 games for domestic violence but on Friday he had his suspension reduced to four games. Despite having the suspension significantly reduced, Hardy reportedly is willing to take further steps to ensure that he loses even fewer games.
Schefter tweeted that a decision whether to appeal the four-game ban will come from Hardy "early his week". If he does decide to appeal, the defensive end's next move would be to file a suit against the NFL in federal court.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Cowboys are currently 10/1 to win the 2016 Super Bowl. As it stands now, Hardy is set to miss games against the Giants, Eagles, Falcons and Saints before returning in Week 5 to play the Patriots.