The Dallas Cowboys got some positive news on their talented pass-rusher Randy Gregory.
The Cowboys' defensive end was reportedly removed from the team’s reserve-did not report list on Monday. This means that Gregory has been released from the treatment center he entered as a result of his drug abuse. The 23-year old's was suspended four games in February and had entered the treatment facility sometime before training camp
He is set to remain on the reserve-suspended list and is banned three more games for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.
The Cowboys knew the risk of drafting Gregory, who slipped into the second round of the draft due to his off-field issues. The Cowboys drafted him at No. 60 overall and he played in 12 games last season.
He definitely has the talent to be a playmaker for the Cowboys, but whether he is dedicated to staying on the football field has yet to be seen.
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