Originally Posted by MPire
Originally Posted by JJs07
I never knew the Witten story until I saw the feature on E:60.
Probably rustled his jimmies big time hearing Jerry Jones call Hardy a "leader."
I mean, Witten is a captain....
Witten called Hardy a leader during OTA's so I doubt he had a problem when Jerry says it
You have a quote for that?
This is the only article I found
and the quote from Witten:
"I don't think he has to prove anything. He just needs to be a good teammate, show up and work hard. And I think he's done that," said Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, who grew up with domestic violence in his family home.
"He's been really good with the edge he brings. He got juice. He's big and strong, but he's got pep in his step, and he plays until the whistle blows."
Unless there's something I'm missing, this isn't calling Hardy a leader.
Originally Posted by Mister Friendly
What's moving the goalposts about the 10-15 guys on NFL rosters with a DV case?
That nobody is outraged at them.
I think if the Ray Rice video never came nobody would really care about Greg Hardy like this.
It's even weird to me, that guys like Galette, who was on video whipping a woman with a belt didn't get much heat.
I don't know why?
And when people pay accusers off you can't always say it's because they're guilty.
Roesthlisberger and Kobe paid off their accusers.
Moving the goalposts is equating what Manziel did (which you said) to DV.