If the Panthers want to retain the services of Greg Hardy, it's not going to be cheap.
The soon-to-be free agent defensive end told NFL.com's Dan Hanzus that he's waiting for Carolina to offer him a "crapload of money."
Earlier on Friday, it was reported that Hardy and the Panthers had not yet begun contract negotiations.
"They are still working on their cap situation as I understand," Hardy told the Charlotte Observer. "We're playing the waiting game right now.... If they can afford me, man, I'd love to be there. That's my team. My family. We got a good thing going right now."
Hardy may come off a tad egregious, but his resume speaks for itself. A stalwart on the team's defensive line, he's racked up 120 tackles, 26 sacks, and a Pro Bowl appearance over the last two seasons.
Still only 25-years-old, the "Kraken" would draw a considerable amount of interest if unleashed on the open market. Expect him to get his ...