Video shows Greg Hardy confronting, shoving Rich Bisaccia

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The best look yet of Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy’s late-game tirade came during the post-game of NBC’s contest between the Eagles and Panthers.

The video shows Hardy, who was upset that the kick-coverage unit had given up a 100-yard touchdown return to former Cowboys receiver Dwayne Harris, entering the special-teams huddle in advance of the ensuing kickoff return and confronting special-teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia.

After Bisaccia tries to get Hardy to leave so that the kick-return unit can prepare to do its job, Hardy swings at a clipboard Bisaccia is holding, and Hardy eventually shoves the coach. That’s when others intervene, pulling Hardy away. He calms down for a bit, but he then starts swinging his arms for a couple of seconds before coming off the field.

Receiver Dez Bryant eventually tries to assist in the effort to calm Hardy down, an exchange that produced the images that were broadcast during the game by FOX. The rest of it was not seen during the game, and the footage shown during the NBC post-game show strongly suggests that Hardy crossed a line in his interactions with a member of the coaching staff.

Still, Bisaccia (like everyone else connected to the team) downplayed Hardy’s behavior.

“[H]e wanted to get in there and kind of get after some of the guys a little bit, maybe get them fired up,” Bisaccia said, via the Dallas Morning News. “It was just not the right time. It’s really not an issue. I just had to communicate what we were going to do next on the return, so I just really wanted him to move on so we could get going.”

Bisaccia also denied that he was pushed by Hardy. The video suggests otherwise.

The head coach, Jason Garrett, echoed the notion that it was no big deal.

“I was standing right there,” Garrett said. “I don’t think that’s an issue at all. When that happens, you encourage guys, you get guys excited, you try to get guys ready for the next challenge. I believe from my vantage point that’s what he was doing. You have to have passion.”

It’s unclear whether Garrett’s vantage point allowed him to see Hardy confronting and shoving Bisaccia. And it’s hard to imagine Garrett being OK with Hardy’s conduct, based on the video televised during the NBC post-game show.

171 responses to “Video shows Greg Hardy confronting, shoving Rich Bisaccia

  1. right. like beating up a woman is just a guy “getting excited…ready for the next challenge”

    Cowboys deserve to lose every game

  2. Wait, he’s not even on the special teams? He just pushed himself into the huddle to throw a temper tantrum?

    Cut him now. Don’t even let him on the plane back to Dallas.

  3. Cowboys coaches: stop enabling this guy. Wake up and realize you signed a complete d-bag to your roster, and admit that sacks are more important to you than character.

  4. And this is why the Cowboys will never win with Jerry Jones as the GM. He is a great businessman but an incompetent GM. He thinks that he needs to protect Hardy here becauseHardy can get sacks. A real football man knows that the team is bigger than star players and would discipline Hardy. Instead, the entire organization has to parrot Jerry and eat their own words. Watch this team continue to fall apart.

  5. Greg Hardy should pick on someone his won size instead of assaulting his wife. I punked that dude when he was in college at Ole Miss. I was visiting my brother there, and we were at a bar when this clown showed up, started acting like he owned the place, and said he was going to “hand out a whoopin on everyone” for not giving him “respect”. Him being 6’4″ 280 lbs. and me 6’10” 330 lbs. I confronted him and changed his attitude very quickly. I’m just glad nobody put a video of the whole thing in cyberspace.

  6. The guy is a complete and total hothead. I’m no Cowboys fan but I’m a big Tony Romo fan and I like to see him play. That dude (Romo) is all class. It’s a shame that by association Romo–and the rest of the guys that are stand-up-guys–will have their reputation sullied by this coward.

    Greg Hardy is a despicable, deplorable person who will run roughshod over anyone who is in his path.

    Cowboys: Do the right thing and cut this louse loose.

  7. Greg Sharty will leave a brown stain on the reputation of any team dumb enough to take a chance on him.

  8. This is the problem with a guy like Hardy. His talent on the field is so good people continually make excuses for his behavior. I am glad he is not on my team. He’s a bad apple that should be cut before he rips that locker room apart. Time to make him accountable for his actions. No more covering for the guy!

  9. I’m sure Greg Hardy doesn’t act appropriately and has passion and self control issues but last I checked reporting used to mean exactly that, objective reporting. He’s not your kid and I’ll bet you’re not a sitting Judge so stop trying to tell “mush minds” how their supposed to interpret events the can view objectively and make a self determination. Self righteous hypocrites. You report I’ll decide.

  10. Oh wait,

    So Dez Bryant was showing leadership on the sidelines – hoodies that fit the narrative you have been trying to build up?

    It’s the same thing every time, Dez takes responsibility and demonstrates leadership on the sidelines and you report it as a hissy fit… Smh

  11. You would think sitting for 15 games and escaping jail time, would have someone being on their best behavior or at least removing themselves from certain situations. And Jerry just keeps backing him.

  12. The Cowboys are attempting to excuse work place violence. It will be interesting to see what position the NFL and Roger dodger take– or will the relationship that the league has with the Jones squash the issue??

  13. Greg Hardy, your current and previous tempered actions give responsible gun owners a bad name. Go away!

  14. I love it any time the Cowboys lose and they have internal conflicts such as this.
    Here’s the deal. Jerry Jones signed this nut case Greg Hardy and he allows Dez Bryant to act like a diva, too. Then he defends them, of course.
    I have said it before and I will say it again. The Cowboys will never win another championship as long as Jerry Jones has his hands on things.
    Jimmy Johnson won’t say it, of course. But I bet he loves the fact that after the team he built in Dallas was gone, Jones hasn’t won a thing.

  15. At least someone on that team was playing with a little passion. It was almost as if he wanted the special teams to match his effort instead of that poor effort trying to tackle Harris on that return.

  16. Sounds like Hardy is out of control. What will it take for Jerry to admit his mistake in signing this menace to society?

  17. LMAO: This mouth breathing neatherdal,,beat the crap out of his GF,,gets kicked out of Football for a yr,,you go out of your way to sign him,,and WHAT THE HELL DID YOU EXPECT? You condone and encourage this behavior,,,,Could you imagine a N.E. Playing shoving a PATS coach? He would be waived, and locker vacated by HALFTIME!!!
    It’s called RESPECT…and he has none of it..

  18. It’s clear that Hardy relishes the attention. It is easy to see from his recent smug statements, music video guest spot, and overall demeanor, that his behavior is intentional. It’s beyond question that he has been self-promoting as a “bad boy”. There should be no room for him in any professional capacity, anywhere.

    Unfortunately, crappy people exist. So perhaps even more upsetting isn’t Hardy’s continued behavior, it’s the enabling of the entire Dallas organization. Listening to them repeatedly make excuses for a grown man is disgusting. I would hope at least that their fans are incredibly embarrassed and ashamed.

  19. “Hard to imagine Garrett being OK with Hardy’s conduct…”

    Is it? If JJ was insistent they sign this clown he knew what he was getting. This type of abrasive player with attitude issues was bound to blow up eventually, especially in the midst of a losing streak. And I’m sure JJ basically told the coaches to simply deal with it and play it off as no big deal. Garrett personally may not like it but ultimately he paycheck depends on him “being OK with it.”

    But this is what they get for signing a player who should have been ahead of Ray Rice on the NFL Blackball List. Shows much difference a pay off truly means to the NFL when it comes to DV cases…

  20. There’s a difference between having real passion for the game and downright being out of line. But apparently this line doesn’t exist in Dallas. Not surprised, Hardy follows a long tradition of players with “real passion” for the game that Jerry Jones himself handpicked to play for the Cowboys.

    All evidence point to him having an outburst and directing them at his teammates and coaches but yet, from team owner to the very coach he seemingly almost attacked, yes just being passionate.

    Lol @ the 2015 Dallas Cowboys.

  21. The only people this is a big deal to is the media. If the coaches involved say it was no big deal and the players involved say it was no big deal, then I suggest we take them at their word since their opinions are the only ones that actually matter. It’s quite irritating when the media and fans think they’re opinions on what transpires on the sidelines is more accurate than those involved. If anyone wants to get angry at sideline or in game behavior, we should be focusing on OBJ’s constant trash talking, crying and complaining or the fact that Dez Bryant was even allowed to be on the sidelines and further why he was allowed to run and jump all over the place on his broken foot. I understand that the media hates Greg Hardy, despite him being acquitted (in essence) of his charges and serving a suspension for merely being accused of a crime, but the self righteous attitude of the media has gone too far this time.

  22. It’s not an issue because Jerry doesn’t want to believe it’s an issue. The panthers dropped this guy like a hot potato regardless of his immense talent? What other reason does anyone else think Jerry had for making sure Dez’s assualt of a woman has not been released.

    The truth is Jerry wouldn’t have a problem with signing a child rapist if it could help him overcome the general perception that the only success the Cowboys ever had under him, and that was 20 years ago, had nothing to do with him.

    An owner without any principles has no problem having wretched human beings work for them. What he doesn’t understand is the cost is almost always more than its worth

  23. Jerrah doesn’t have time to deal with this little stuff, he’s too busy trying to figure out how to sign Aaron Hernandez and Lawrence Phillips.

  24. A real coach would not stand forn insubordination and woukd cut or bench his ass regardless of talent. A coddling beta enabling coach would say its no big deal that a player smacked a clipboard from a coaches hand.

  25. When Dez is the voice of reason, things are out of control.
    Nice job collecting the dregs of the NFL Jerrah….

  26. If the Cowboys don’t suspend him for his conduct then they deserve everything they get in the aftermath. He’ll only be worse the next time knowing his actions were deemed “OK” by the owner, coach and players.

  27. Just as every non Cowboy fan suspected, the full blown damage control campaign is on. The 2 Cowboys with the hottest tempers are under a microscope as it is, and now there’s film of this. Expect this to be replayed a million times this week, and expect that in a matter of time, another explosion is coming during a bad loss.

    This season will not end well for Jerrah and Jason.

  28. This is when character issues outweigh talent. If that guy acts like that on the field, I can’t imagine the distraction it brings in the locker room..

  29. What a Bunch of women in that franchise. All afraid to speak t about hardy. Because they know if they do, they are give to be assaulted and thrown on a bed full of guns.

  30. What a Bunch of women in that franchise. All afraid to speak out about hardy. Because they know if they do, they are going to be assaulted and thrown on a bed full of guns.

  31. He’s a walking time bomb. It’s only a matter of time before this guys does something far worse than knock a clipboard out of someone’s hands. Listening to Jerry Jones praise this guy for his leadership skill along with the rest of the coaching staff giving him a pass for this type of behavior is pretty sickening.

  32. You can just look at Hardy and see something is off ! And DEZ with a healthy foot would slap the silly out of Hardy DEZ ain’t no punk

  33. They knew what they were getting when they signed him. Hit a woman…shove a coach … the Cowboys have rewarded him for bad behavior from the instant the ink was put to paper on his contract.

  34. Jason Garrett is going to be showing up to pressers with black eyes talking about he walked into a door. This was a terrible signing and if the Cowboys brass doesn’t realize he’s a ticking time bomb they’ll be culpable in whatever happens when he finally explodes.

  35. If Hardy had punched the coach, Garret would tell us that Hardy just has a lot of passion for the game and was trying to communicate that to the coach and that it is no big deal.

    The difference between it being a big deal and not being a big deal to the team? Talent level and the owner having your back.

  36. I don’t know whether to ask if Basaccia looks like a woman and that prompted Hardy to attack, or to give Hardy credit for bullying a guy this time instead of a defenseless woman…

  37. That’s right, keep providing excuses for a grown man who replicates the mentality of a child.

    I am all for the ‘rah-rah’ stuff but what he did he counterproductive.

  38. You know, it really sucks when all the media does is criticize people that have an unfortunate past. Give the guy a break, if the head coach said it was no big deal then it was no big deal, if the coach he supposedly pushed said it was no big deal then IT WAS NO BIG DEAL. Media always trying to stir up some crap. Troy Aikman even said himself that he was involved in plenty of situations like that. Isn’t the field where you want a guy to focus all his energy? Even if it’s negative, that just means hell for opponents. When I coached my nephew, he was great because I got him to focus all his negative energy towards his sister against the other team. Worked out well, it just wasn’t the right time in a huddle when the coaches were trying to get the next play in. And everybody jumping on Dez for getting involved, Dez has spent alot if time with Micheal Irvin and has learned how to focus his passion so I’m sure he was trying to get Hardy to focus it on game and not teammates. Just saying, give the guy the benefit of doubt til coaches or management says otherwise. We all deserve a second chance and without prejudice. And this is nothing but prejudice against Hardy. And that’s all I got to say about that!

  39. Cowgirls will sugarcoat, downplay, dismiss, look the other way, deny, deflate, misdirect and yes, even praise a players poor actions when there really is no legitimate excuse for it. Hardy is a jerk. Thats what goes with the sacks. They don’t care just as long as he gets the sacks. You don’t have to like him but as far as the Cowgirls PR department goes Hardy and all the other criminals of Cowgirl lore are angels, misunderstood, pillars of integrity and honor who are doing the right thing.

  40. Yeah…..nah……he’s TOTALLY right in the head….nothing to see here folks…keep on moving. Violent man in a violent sport…nothing could wrong there.

  41. Hardy is a perfect example of what happens when you protect a violent person. He thinks its ok off the field. Hes always gonna be in trouble. He beat up a women ans threatened her with machine guns………why are we surprised…….he will screw up again……..quote me

  42. Do not need him. I mean, we do, but…..no thanks.

    Yes, he is super competitive, just wants to win….blah blah blah – dude really has some serious problems.

  43. What a team.
    This team is a mess.
    The owner must be proud.
    It’s like the elevator video with Ray Rice.
    The video tells it all.
    I feel bad for the Cowboy fans.

  44. AND JERRY JONES WILL DEFEND THESE ACTIONS! THE FEW PLAYERS THAT EXHIBIT SUCH BEHAVIOR HAVE A SERIOUS PROBLEM THAT NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED BY THE TEAM AND THE NFL!

  45. It’s more likely than not that the Cowboys knew what they were getting in Greg Hardy. Nothing more to do, now, than down play the incident and wait until the offseason to decide whether his play on the field is worth the stuff off of it.

  46. I wish we had more guys like Greg Hardy. Despite your innuendo suggesting he did something unthinkable and the Cowboys are in denial, etc. Anyone (well, besides most of your commenters, who clearly never played ball besides Pop Warner) who has ever played the game gets it. I am not saying Hardy is a good guy, but he is a passionate player. In today’s media passion is made fun of. You want guys like him to go to war with. Period. The losers cat call from the sidelines and snicker with the other losers, happy for the company. It’s cause you got no heart and you know it, deep inside you know you are scared, sad, lost.

  47. Guys like Hardy are good at pushing people who are weaker than they are. With people who are of equal or greater strength, not so much. In pushing Bisaccia and usurping his authority, he was also pushing Garret and JJ, but they just don’t get it.

  48. What are the Vegas odds on an eventual Greg Hardy murder/suicide type of situation eventually unfolding?

  49. @richndc

    Yeah Rich, everyone is scared. That’s why they beat women and physically assault coaches and then keep walking away like a coward when guys like Dez Bryant call them out. It’s because everyone is scared and definitely NOT because they aren’t human garbage. I feel sorry for anyone who depends your woman beating sympathizer worthless self, they’re in for a horrible life.

  50. There has to be a line. It’s bad enough the Cowboys gave this guy a job. It’s worse that he handled his return interview so badly (“guns blazing,” commenting on women?). Now, he’s allowed to actually slap/shove a coach. The Cowboys are pretty much teaching him that he can do what he wants and it’ll be all good. Of course, this will work right up until he does something much, much worse and he will get really punished. Then he’ll be like, what’s the big deal?

  51. Interestingly enough, since Carolina cut this guy, they have won a lot of games and are undefeated this year. Maybe there is something to this team chemistry thing.

  52. Hardy was not this bad with his teammates here in Carolina. He was wierd, but that was pretty much it. The problem is the Cowboys have no leadership that he respects.

  53. The Dallas Cowboys honestly don’t think a history of exhibiting extreme mental and physical abuse towards women your suppose to love, is any big deal either or why else would you sign him in the first place? I know to win at all costs to your team’s reputation. Winning is everything, and decency and moral character we can find excuses for.

    Even, when that lack of control plays out on national TV and you still want to downplay his actions you become part of a shameful and very serious problem in the NFL involving spousal abuse and child abuse by ignoring the hist0ry, rather than any moral considerations about womens and child safety and their personal rights to live with dignity. Is winning the only consideration of a team like Dallas? Would we ever hear the end of it, if a team lie the Patriots signed Hardy? You know that answer. I’m sure there were many teams tempted to sign Hardy because he is a gifted football player but just couldn’t do it because of their consideration of those who are abused each and everyday by people like him who just can’t control themselves.

    Hardy needs psychological help to learn to respect the right of others and to use his enormous physical strengths in a positive and constructive way. That should have been what the league ordered instead of reducing his suspension. Obviously he has not learned his lessons yet. Don’t way until he hurts himself, his team or innocent others in his life, because that’s just a matter of when not if.

  54. Does anyone still have a problem believing that this mild mannered guy would beat up his girlfriend and throw her on a futon full of guns? Didn’t think so. Time for him to start mouthing off to customers in the drive through at McDonalds.

  55. Sadly, while its fun to dislike hardy . . .

    I think he’s another Chris Henry (WR, Bengals)

    If you cracked his head open right now, I’m betting its all CTE and gunked up.

    He probably needs help.

  56. romophobic says:
    Oct 26, 2015 6:20 AM

    The only people this is a big deal to is the media. If the coaches involved say it was no big deal and the players involved say it was no big deal, then I suggest we take them at their word since their opinions are the only ones that actually matter. It’s quite irritating when the media and fans think they’re opinions on what transpires on the sidelines is more accurate than those involved. If anyone wants to get angry at sideline or in game behavior, we should be focusing on OBJ’s constant trash talking, crying and complaining or the fact that Dez Bryant was even allowed to be on the sidelines and further why he was allowed to run and jump all over the place on his broken foot. I understand that the media hates Greg Hardy, despite him being acquitted (in essence) of his charges and serving a suspension for merely being accused of a crime, but the self righteous attitude of the media has gone too far this time.

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    I can, somewhat (and barely), understand your point. I get it, your a fan and you feel like your favorite team, and maybe, player, is being attacked. But your retort to refocus people’s attention to OBJ’s, to quote you, “OBJ’s constant trash talking, crying and complaining” is overwhelmingly pointing out your bias.

    Let me see. Here’s an individual who was, again, to use your words, accused of a crime involving violence against women and some fire arms. And then, live on a nationally televised game, he show’s us a little preview of how it is in the Hardy household. My question to you is, what is it that would actually convince you that something is wrong with this man? Your statement is akin to “battered woman” syndrome. “Oh, he just really, really, REALLY loves my that is why he gets mad and hits me when I say no to him.”

    Wow, “PEOPLE, turn your attention away from a man who just almost attacked his own teammates and coach, or anyone within 5 feet of him and focus it on a player who acts like most players when he’s on the field (i.e. trash talking and complaining).”

    It’s easy for a lot of folks, if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck… guess what, we ain’t gonna call it a chicken.

  57. This team plays like they’re half asleep. You rarely see a big hit or a crushing sack/fumble. You rarely see a WR or RB jump up after a catch or run and show raw emotion. So finally we have a guy (not unlike Charles Haley) who is a maniac. He wants to win and he wants the rest of the team to play like that. Football has become so watered down and anytime someone shows emotion every blogger and beat reporter puts their spin on it. Go back and watch old NFL Film tapes from the late 70’s and early 80’s teams. Watch how they play and act. That’s football. Garrett just stands on the sidelines and claps after the ST gives up a 101 yd TD. He claps when they don’t covert 4th down plays. That’s robotic, not emotional.

  58. if everyone in his life hadnt enabled him because he had some talent maybe he wouldnt have turned out to be the worthless pathetic loser of a male (not a man) that he is and will always be.
    he had issues in college, its why he was drafted so late. he clearly now will never get it, never understand that the way he thinks and the way he lives isnt acceptable in a civilized society.
    smh Greg Hardy, the biggest loser this past sunday in the NFL.

  59. Did he actually assault anyone or commit a crime? Is he being charged with anything? No? He just had some choice words for the players and coaches that gift-wrapped another W for an opposing team? Good to see someone on my team actually cares when we blow a game instead of this “good job” pat on the back mentality. Sign him. Fire Garrett.

  60. I think Jery Jones and staff confuse serious anger issues and violent tendencies for being”fired up”. This team is in big trouble. I feel sorry for all the team- mates who have to share a locker room with this guy. Hardy is bad news. He makes Dez Bryant look normal.

  61. usdcoyotesfan says:
    Oct 26, 2015 1:11 AM
    Greg Hardy should pick on someone his won size instead of assaulting his wife. I punked that dude when he was in college at Ole Miss. I was visiting my brother there, and we were at a bar when this clown showed up, started acting like he owned the place, and said he was going to “hand out a whoopin on everyone” for not giving him “respect”. Him being 6’4″ 280 lbs. and me 6’10” 330 lbs. I confronted him and changed his attitude very quickly. I’m just glad nobody put a video of the whole thing in cyberspace.
    ———————————————————————
    A guy your size and with the athleticism required to “punk” a guy like Greg Hardy should be in the NFL. Did you play college ball?

  62. Could care less what he does off of the field. Guy is a beast on the field. Help the team I cheer for win. period. When I go to the circus, I want the clown to make me laugh. These guys are all a little bit off. You have to be to play in the NFL.

  63. “Greg Hardy acting insane on the sidelines – I’m completely shocked!” said no one, ever.

    Here in Carolina, we’ve always known he had a screw loose. This is the guy that rides motorcycles on rainy highways wearing no protective gear, and drives his car 100 mph on city streets and takes a cell phone photo of the speedometer while doing so. I’m not going to go into the whole domestic violence case again (the case is over and the alleged victim is using her hush money to go on a lifelong vacation, so let’s all move on). Hardy has been a nut case since he was in college, so this is no surprise.

  64. Hardy hit the coaches clipboard and the coach went right after him pushing him and yelling at him. Hardy backed down and didn’t swing or punch the little guy who was in his face.

    Hardy was wrong and should be fined for hitting the clipboard and the coach did exactly right by not taking it. Further, Hardy did right at that point by absorbing the pushes and tongue lashing without striking back.

    I see one wrong and two rights. A fine for hitting the clipboard and everyone should be O.K.

  65. Jerry Jones wants to win so bad he would sign a contract with the devil if he thought it would bring him a Lombardi trophy before he croaks. Oh yeah, that’s right, he did. Satan was seen pushing the special teams coach around. Anybody who hires an abusive person such as Hardy knowing who he is and what he does gets what they deserve and they are getting it now.

  66. In business, when someone complains about something isn’t done right you assign the task to him. Put Hardy on the kickoff and punt return and see how he does. Maybe he’ll get a little taste of what it’s like.

  67. Youknowimright says:
    Oct 26, 2015 11:33 AM

    Could care less what he does off of the field. Guy is a beast on the field. Help the team I cheer for win. period. When I go to the circus, I want the clown to make me laugh. These guys are all a little bit off. You have to be to play in the NFL.

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    So far he hasn’t helped them win.

    He definitely is a beast on the field, but given his lack of remorse for off field issues and continued unstable behavior I think he will end up hurting the Cowboys more than he will help. Could be wrong, but we will see.

  68. Isn’t it obvious to everyone?….Hardy is motivated and only responds to physical aggression or confrontation.

    I challenge the media to stop interacting with this Neanderthal.

  69. He could not push the Giants around and was tied up all day by a rookie Flowers.

    So I guess he lost his temper at a little guy he could push around

  70. These guys will say anything in order to make Hardy look like a stand up guy. Bottom line is he’s not. He hasn’t learned a thing. To slap a coaches clip board (which was clear in the video) shows this guy respects no one. But to be fair, he clearly displayed lack of respect for women, so why would it be any different for a man?!

  71. This isn’t a popular opinion, but the video is out there. You see the coach shove Hardy, not the other way around. Hardy does slap the clipboard out of his hands. The media should report what happens, not the narrative they want.

    Just do a video search for “Greg Hardy Got In A Fight With The Cowboys Special Teams Coach” and see for yourself.

  72. Get your popcorn ready! This is just the beginning. Dez’s “passion” on offense, Hardy’s ” passion” on defense. Can’t wait till this bomb goes off.

  73. He should of stomped on Dez’ foot and karate chopped Romo’s collarbone! Now that would show some real passion for your azz.

  74. agent7x6 says:
    Oct 26, 2015 11:28 AM

    usdcoyotesfan says:
    Oct 26, 2015 1:11 AM
    Greg Hardy should pick on someone his won size instead of assaulting his wife. I punked that dude when he was in college at Ole Miss. I was visiting my brother there, and we were at a bar when this clown showed up, started acting like he owned the place, and said he was going to “hand out a whoopin on everyone” for not giving him “respect”. Him being 6’4″ 280 lbs. and me 6’10” 330 lbs. I confronted him and changed his attitude very quickly. I’m just glad nobody put a video of the whole thing in cyberspace.
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    A guy your size and with the athleticism required to “punk” a guy like Greg Hardy should be in the NFL. Did you play college ball?
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    Nope. I majored in my passion 🙂

    Although I won’t say what, as some of my posts on this site would be an unprofessional representation of my department, and people would know which school’s department it is, since my school name is in my username.

  75. The player in the video isn’t even Greg Hardy.

    It’s Charles Brown.

    Greg Hardy is #76 not #78.

    …but anything to make headlines, right fellas. 😉

  76. Love them or hate them…teams like the Steelers and Patriots would’ve booted his behind out the door immediately for touching a coach like this.

    Go ahead and bring up the Patriots cheating, or the Steelers signing Vick (who, according to the laws of this country, served his required time) all you want. You know it’s true, I know it’s true.

    Honestly, I enjoy my team being good and winning as much as anyone. But how can the fans there in Dallas support this guy? They should be calling for him to be run out of town. The mans a maniac and obviously dangerous.

  77. I believe few of us want Greg Hardy on the TV screen on Sunday’s in a position to function as a role model for our kids in Pee Wee through high school football. I certainly do not.

    I consider it a shame for Jerry Jones to have signed Hardy in the first place and it appears obvious that he places a premium on winning professional football games over most anything else.

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