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Carolina Panthers disappointed in Greg Hardy, but no discipline imminent

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Carolina Panthers said Thursday they were disappointed in the actions of Greg Hardy, but indicated they will not discipline their Pro Bowl defensive end until the conclusion of his jury trial on domestic violence charges. A Mecklenburg County district judge last week convicted Hardy of assaulting and threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend during an early-morning altercation at Hardy's uptown condo on May 13. Hardy appealed the decision, sending the case to a jury trial that likely would not start until after the upcoming season. By that point, it's possible Hardy will have played his last game with the Panthers. In the meantime, Hardy will continue to practice and...

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