Irving, TX (Sports Network) - The Dallas Cowboys and defensive end Anthony
Hargrove agreed to terms on a one year contract on Thursday.
The 29-year-old, who most recently played in 2011 with the Seattle Seahawks,
will look to resume what has been a turbulent NFL career.
Hargrove signed with the Green Bay Packers in March of last year, but was
released prior to the start of the season after receiving an eight-game
suspension for his role in the New Orleans Saints' bounty scandal.
His suspension was ultimately rescinded, but he never caught on with another
team and sat out the entire 2012 season. He has amassed 168 tackles and 19.5
sacks over seven playing seasons.
Hargrove was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the third round of the 2004 NFL
Draft, but was shipped to Buffalo in his third season before receiving a one-
year suspension in 2008 for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
The Georgia Tech product bounced back with the Saints a year later and helped
the team win Super Bowl XLIV against the Indianapolis Colts. He had one of his
more productive seasons that year, recording five sacks with 32 tackles.
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