Oh look, it’s Greg Hardy being a jerk.
The Dallas Cowboys defensive end lost his cool Sunday during the Dallas Cowboys’ game against the New York Giants. He began shoving teammates after New York took a kickoff 100 yards for a score to break a tie late in the game. The touchdown put the G-Men up 27-20, the score they’d go on to win by.
Hardy also was spotted knocking the clipboard out of special teams coach Rich Bisaccia’s hands while berating him as well.
Injured wide receiver Dez Bryant, who paid to fly to the game commercially with his own money to support the team, tried to calm Hardy down. The defensive end was having none of it and aimed his frustration at Bryant.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reportedly defended Hardy after the game, according to BroBible.com.
“He’s one of the real leaders on this team, and he earns it, and he earns it with respect from all of his teammates,” Jones said. “And that’s the kind of thing that inspires a football team.”
Um, sure, Jerry.
Hardy spoke with the media after the loss, but refused to hold himself accountable or answer any questions.
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