Greg Hardy meets with NFL officials in New York

Greg Hardy met with league officials Wednesday to make his case to come off the Commissioner's Exempt List and immediately be reinstated, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source with knowledge of the proceedings.

The defensive end left the meeting in New York with no immediate resolution, according to Rapoport, who added that Hardy turned over documents from his legal case.

The domestic violence charges against Hardy, stemming from a 2014 summer conviction on assault on a female and communicating threats in a case involving a former girlfriend, were dismissed last month after North Carolina prosecutors said the accuser in the case couldn't be found. The dismissal occurred when Hardy's appeal on the case was set to start.

The defensive end appeared in just one game for the Carolina Panthers last season before he was placed on the Exempt List.

Hardy is set to become a free agent pending his reinstatement.

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