Greg Hardy Signed by UFC After Knockout Win over Austen Lane

UFC President Dana White announced the MMA promotion is signing former NFL defensive end Greg Hardy to a contract following his knockout victory over Austen Lane during Week 1 of the second season of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series.

MMAFighting.com passed along the news after Hardy’s win 57 seconds into the first round.

Former state Sen. Raymond Lesniak — the Union County Democrat who spent years leading the fight for sports betting here — returned to the Statehouse to see the measure pass.

I’m speechless, said a smiling Lesniak, who retired from the Senate in January. 

NJ Advance Media staff writers Matt Arco and Samantha Marcus contributed to this report.

Drazin told NJ Advance Media Thursday night he had not yet received the letter.

That meant Monmouth Park racetrack in Oceanport had to scuttle plans to open its sports betting operation without state regulation at the end of last month.

But that language is now gone, according to the sources, who asked for anonymity because they are not authorized to speak publicly about the matter.

The Texans are facing a second lawsuit from former cheerleaders for the team. (How long until owner Bob McNair makes a comment about this for which he apologizes and then later says he regrets apologizing for?)

Don’t look now, but Jaguars QB Blake Bortles could be improving.

Even with the Colts adopting a more fast-paced offense, the team will still be relying on deep throws to WR T.Y. Hilton.

The Titans, who per the team’s website have never had a player kneel during the national anthem, expect no issues with the league’s new policy.

Plenty of Chiefs players have been caught up in the Fortnite frenzy.

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