Greg Hardy made headlines on Sunday for his outburst on the sidelines during the Cowboys loss to the Giants. Hardy got into a verbal “altercation” with coaches and teammates on the sidelines. This sort of stuff isn’t uncommon, but given Hardy’s checkered past and the circumstances under which he’s now a Cowboy, it raises an eyebrow as many think he should be on his best behavior.
However, Hardy will not be disciplined by the team for his actions.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Monday that Greg Hardy won’t be disciplined after the defensive end was involved in altercations with an assistant coach and some teammates on Sunday, but said Hardy needs to do a better job of “channeling” his emotions.
Garrett, who was standing next to Hardy and special-teams coach Rich Bisaccia during their confrontation, said Sunday that Hardy was just attempting to encourage his teammates.