Dale Hansen rips Cowboys for Greg Hardy signing


And Tim Tebow Waits For a team to call.

Here’s Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ statement concerning the team’s signing of  defensive end Greg Hardy, who was placed on the exempt/commissioner’s permission list on Sept. 17, 2014 for the remainder of the season and faces a possible suspension for his involvement in a domestic violence incident.
“This agreement involved an important element of our defensive scheme, specifically the pass rush, at a position that we felt we needed to address this off season.  We entered this free agency period with the idea of utilizing key resources to help us on the defensive side of the ball.
“Greg is a proven and experienced player whose production has allowed him to play at a Pro Bowl level.  This is a one-year agreement that is incentive based and heavily weighted toward his participation in games.
“We have spent a great deal of time over the last two days in meeting with Greg directly and gaining a solid understanding of what he is all about as a person and as a football player.  A thorough background review of him, involving many elements of our organization, has been ongoing for the last few weeks.
“Obviously a great deal of our study was dedicated to the issue of domestic violence, and the recent events that associated Greg with that issue.  We know that Greg’s status remains under review by the National Football League.
“Our organization understands the very serious nature of domestic violence in our society and in our league.  We know that Greg has a firm understanding of those issues as well.”


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4 Responses to “Dale Hansen rips Cowboys for Greg Hardy signing”

  1. tawk2 says:

    Wow this reporter is amazing! It’s about time the NFL was called out for their actions concerning abuse, and all the other crimes these NFL players get away with. I hate the NFL commercials about stopping abuse, because they say one thing and do another!

    None of the players who do these awful acts should ever play again! I love how he made the comparison between a NFL player being endorsed by fans even though they have abused another. Then he goes on to say if same player showed up on their doorstep to take their daughter out they would shoot them!

    Then on the other hand we have Tebow waiting to play again, a great leader/quarterback who is a role model for us all, cannot get on a team!

    I cannot wait for my hubby to wake up later to watch, he works nights. I also seen Adrian Peterson will be playing probably next year, he can beat children and still play in the NFL!

    Buzzy Says : I raised 4 boys and they got thier ass beat for stealing, backtalk to mother or other senior But not at 31/2YO then i just showed them the belt I think some spanking is OK dont go crasy.

    • tawk2 says:

      Yes Buzzy there is a line between spanking a child’s bottom and abusing them. I was raised in a very abusive home, too many horrid memories. My daughter we take her electronics away as punishment it works great. She is 10.

  2. andrea says:

    My father died when we were little but he did spank my brothers if they did something like Buzzy mentioned above. My brothers all say they learned a lesson from the spankings – to keep out of trouble or else face the consequences – prison. Worked for my three brothers as none of them spent any time in the big house.

  3. ck says:

    Back in the day, you were seen and not heard if you were a kid and what they got away with back then would not apply today! Anyway, agree w/Buzzy about the 3&1/2-year-old as that is someone not controlling their temper!!!
    Do not like to hear or see kids abused as it is just sickening!!!

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