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Hardy, Lawrence nose-to-nose in Tampa

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The Dallas Cowboys has had to deal with a lot of incidents this season. They’ve had to deal with the Greg Hardy mess following his signing this off-season and the horrific photos that were released last week.

Hardy reportedly had to be separated with teammate Demarcus Lawrence on the sideline today against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa. They were reportedly nose-to-nose in their argument with each other, according to a reporter for the Cowboys Radio Network.

Teammates are always getting heated with each other on the sidelines. But this is even more important because it involves Hardy.

This isn’t the first time that such an incident happened with Hardy this season. He had a run-in with the Cowboys special team coach Rich Bisaccia, before he got into an argument with Dez Bryant.

In the fourth quarter, the Cowboys are leading against the Buccaneers, 6-3, as they try to stop the bleeding in their six-game losing streak.

Th haven’t won a game under Matt Cassel or Brandon Weeden since Tony Romo got hurt in Week 2 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Romo is expected to return to the team next week.

Tensions and emotions have been running high with this team. It’s going to be interesting to see what owner Jerry Jones and head coach Jason Garrett have to say after the game.

This just week, Bryant got into intense argument with an ESPN reporter in the Cowboys locker room that caused Garrett to come to the locker room to see what was going on.

With Bryant and Hardy on the team, along with their losing record, one has to believe that this team is ready to self-destruct.

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