Defensive end Greg Hardy signed with the Cowboys in March after his domestic violence charges were dropped when the victim didn’t show up to court; the NFL gave him a 10-game suspension without pay in April. Hardy appealed the punishment, and today, arbitrator Harold Henderson reduced the suspension to four games.

Update (3:33 p.m.): Henderson released a statement regarding his decision, calling the 10-game suspension “simply too much.”

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