Cowboys’ Randy Gregory plans to file for reinstatement


SAN DIEGO, CA – AUGUST 13: Randy Gregory #94 of the Dallas Cowboys on the sidelines before the game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on August 13, 2015 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory has reportedly stayed clean and plans to file for reinstatement.

The NFL suspended Gregory in late February for violating his conditional reinstatement. It was the fourth time Gregory has been suspended under the League’s substance abuse policies.

Gregory has only played in 28 games since being drafted by the Cowboys in 2015. 14 of those games were last season, after Gregory was conditionally reinstated last July and before his suspension in February.

No papers have been filed yet, but Gregory hopes to rejoin the team in time for training camp. The Cowboys return to Oxnard on July 27 to start camp.

Whether NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will clear Gregory is still unclear.

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