Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, center, leaves the Mecklenburg County Courthouse after his domestic violence charges were dismissed in Charlotte, N.C., Monday.
Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, center, leaves the Mecklenburg County Courthouse after his domestic violence charges were dismissed in Charlotte, N.C., Monday. Chris Keane AP
Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, center, leaves the Mecklenburg County Courthouse after his domestic violence charges were dismissed in Charlotte, N.C., Monday. Chris Keane AP

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