Randy Gregory RUMORS & NEWS

  • Cowboys extend Randy Gregory's contract through '20

    NFL.com "The Dallas Cowboys verbally supported Randy Gregory after his latest suspension. Now the team is putting their money where their mouth is. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported that the Cowboys quietly extended Gregory's contract through 2020, with..." April 02

  • Jerry Jones won’t give up on ‘pure soul’ Randy Gregory, possibility he plays in 2019

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the team is not giving up on troubled defensive end Randy Gregory as a person or a player. And he believes it’s possible he is on the field for the start of the 2019 season, despite being suspended indefinitely by the NFL..." March 07

  • Cowboys Won’t Give Up On Randy Gregory

    Pro Football Rumors "Randy Gregory has been banned from the NFL yet again, but the Cowboys aren’t giving up on the troubled defensive end. In a radio interview, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones explained that he still believes in Gregory, both as a player and as a..." March 05

  • Randy Gregory is Facing Eviction If He Doesn’t Come Up With This Amount Soon

    Black Sports Online "Cowboys Defensive End Randy Gregory could be losing his Frisco, Texas home soon if he doesn’t pay his rent and utility bills. He has a place about one mile of the team’s practice facility and he owes over thousands of dollars in bills for the home, according to TMZ..." March 02

  • Jason Garrett on Randy Gregory's fourth suspension: 'Relapse is part of rehab'

    Sporting News "Jason Garrett can see one of his players needs help. Speaking Wednesday at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, the Cowboys coach reiterated the team’s support for defensive end Randy Gregory one day after he was suspended indefinitely. “Our eyes were wide..." February 28

  • Randy Gregory’s lawyer: “This is about more than football”

    USA Today "Randy Gregory's career with the Dallas Cowboys appears to be on hold. The defensive end was suspended indefinitely by the NFL on Tuesday for violating the league's substance abuse policy, the league announced. Gregory recorded a career-high six sacks for the Cowboys..." February 26

  • Report: Cowboys DE Randy Gregory suspended indefinitely for violating substance abuse policy

    Dallas Morning News "Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory has suffered another setback. Gregory has been suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

    February 26