Greg Hardy is still hoping to find a job with an NFL team, and is using social media to help his cause.
ESPN's Ed Werder reported in May that the widespread opinion among general managers is that nobody's interested in signing the defensive end. Hardy did record 6 sacks during his time with the Dallas Cowboys in 2015, but his time was marred with issues with the media and his teammates.
He had just been given a second chance in the league after a domestic violence incident in 2013.
"The Kraken" recently made some changes to his Twitter profile in an apparent attempt to clean up his public image.
Hardy's screen name has changed from "Overlord Kraken" to "GregHardyJr,"Darin Gantt of Pro Football Talk notes. He's also replaced his avatar with a photo of him holding a baby and his background image shows him standing behind a group of children.
Despite this effort, it will probably take more than a change to his social media accounts to get teams to take a look at him this offseason.
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