Aldon Smith has been granted conditional reinstatement by the NFL from an indefinite suspension for violation of the league's personal conduct and substance abuse policies, according to sources.

The decision allows Smith to take part in meetings with Dallas Cowboys coaches and teammates in the virtual offseason program.

The 30-year-old defensive end has not played in an NFL game since he was suspended as a member of the Oakland Raiders in 2015 because of legal and substance abuse issues.

Now that he has been reinstated, Smith will receive $90,000 from the Cowboys as part of the one-year deal he signed in April that could be worth up to $4 million.