After initially agreeing to go back to the Dallas Cowboys, Randy Gregory swerved another direction and joined the Denver Broncos.

The Cowboys had offered Gregory a five-year contract worth $70 million, including $28 million guaranteed. Russell Wilson, though, made a big effort to lure Gregory away. His effort paid off and Denver now adds a solid pass rusher to their already strong defense. The 29-year-old recorded a career-high 17 quarterback hits and six sacks last season.

The sudden change of heart was sudden. Gregory took to Twitter to explain why he came to the decision. The Broncos' new defensive end said that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones acted in bad faith during contract negotiations and has not yet commented on the matter.

Gregory had previously liked a tweet explaining how the Cowboys blew it. The Broncos signed Gregory to the same deal that the Cowboys would have signed him for.

Jones is certainly no stranger to getting on people's bad side. His massive ego has now cost him a key piece on the Cowboys' defense. With key offensive players La'el Collins, Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson Jr. now gone, their chances at repeating as NFC Champions are slim.

Denver reaps the reward for the Cowboys' incompetence and now has another veteran to pair with Bradley Chubb after the team's 2021 sacks leader, Shelby Harris, was traded to the Seattle Seahawks in the deal that brought Wilson to the Broncos.