Greg Hardy briefly changed his Twitter bio to paint himself as a victim of discrimination
Greg Hardy has consistently maintained that he was the victim of the alleged domestic violence incident that earned him a 4-game suspension this season, and in light of a bombshell Deadspin report that includes horrific photographs of Hardy's then-girlfriend from the night in question, Hardy has shown little remorse whatsoever.
On Wednesday morning, Hardy briefly changed his Twitter bio so that it too paints him as a victim of discrimination. Here's a screenshot first identified by Twitter user Adam Mumma (via the Philadelphia Voice):
Hardy's Twitter page didn't last long, and it currently looks like this:
Still, that Hardy would even decide to paint himself as a victim of discrimination in light of all that's happened is but the most recent example of Hardy's character.
Since Hardy has returned from suspension, he's given numerous poor interviews and tried to fight the team's special team's coach. Players around the league, along with broadcasters, journalists, and fans have universally called for the Cowboys to cut him. The Cowboys have maintained that they are committed to giving Hardy a second chance, and Jerry Jones himself has called Hardy a leader on the field.
As of right now, Jones is about the only supporter Hardy has left.
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