Katie Nolan, sports host on FS1, eviscerates the return of Greg Hardy to the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL (He was originally convicted on two counts of domestic abuse) and labeling him a "garbage human" seems to fit. Make sure to watch her rant because it's perfect.
TMZ just uncovered a video that Hardy made in 2014 with rapper Ja Allen where he blames women for his all problems:
Embattled NFL star Greg Hardy -- the guy who was suspended for allegedly beating up his girlfriend -- is bragging that he'll never get "played" by a woman ever again.
And he's making his point with the use of a stripper, gunfire sound effects and marijuana imagery in a rap video obtained by TMZ Sports.
We've learned ... the Dallas Cowboys defensive end made the video for "I'm Just Me" in late 2014 -- after he was convicted of beating up his GF, throwing her on a bed covered in assault rifles and threatening to kill her.
Hardy appealed the case -- and his conviction was overturned in 2015 after the alleged victim refused to testify against him in court.
But during his time in NFL purgatory (he missed most of the 2014 season) Hardy hooked up with rapper Ja Alan to make a video in which Hardy declares to his critics, "What you see is what you get. I'm just me, I'm just real, and that's what I do."
Ja confirms the video was made in late 2014.
Right before Hardy spits his featured verse, a chorus of gunfire rings out. He then raps about women -- saying, "It'll be a cold day in hell before your girl tries to play me."..read on
The NFL has been trying to rehabilitate its image after the Ray Rice incident, but apparently Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones only cares about wins and loses and not about the league or domestic abuse. Hardy's recent interview in which Nolan highlights explains that Hardy doesn't give a sh*t about anything at all.
And Jerry Jones continues to defend this horrible human being:
Team owner Jerry Jones finally responded Friday, generally supporting Hardy during an interview with 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. Jones said he believes Hardy's comments would've been scrutinized regardless of what was said, given his situation.
"Most of the comments are going to go the wrong way if they have any element of being positive, of being aggressive, of being the way you want to be as a football player as far as your attitude is concerned," Jones said. "He has that attitude. It's not just talk. It's not just in front of a bunch of cameras. That's what he is, and he is that way. He's very aggressive out there. ...
"Here's the deal: Unless he looks like he's contrite, unless he looks like he is just absolutely whipped and really obviously sorry for what his situation, he's going to get criticized. We all know that. But he was in a football setting. Those questions that were being asked of him, the people who were asking those questions, those were not workplace.
"We know some things are out of order if an attorney is talking to you or a salesperson is talking to you and they're the opposite sex. We know some things in today's society that is behavior that we don't have today. We know that."
Jerry Jones has sent a poignant message to the victims of domestic abuse everywhere. As long as your abuser can sack the quarterback, you are of no concern to us.