Dallas Cowboys

Greg Hardy Got Into It With Teammate & Cowboys Special Teams Coach Prior To Dez Bryant Spat

CowboysHardyDallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy was caught on camera getting into it with Dez Bryant during Sunday’s Cowboys/Giants tilt. However, the story as to why Bryant was chirping to Hardy may be what causes a ruckus in Dallas this week.

Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio showed a video on NBC’s Sunday Night Football featuring Hardy getting into argument with Cowboys special teams coach Rich Bisaccia.

As per the Dallas Morning News, Hardy was not pleased falling behind to the New York Giants:

He also got in a shoving match with a teammate, Devin Street, late in the 27-20 loss to the Giants at MetLife Stadium; several teammates had to try to calm him down; and the Cowboys’ special teams coach, Rich Bisaccia, put two hands on Hardy’s chest to get him out of a huddle.

Here’s how bad it got: Dez Bryant had to tell him he was over the top, and if Dez is telling you that, you have officially blown your lid.

What roused Hardy’s so-called “passion” was Dwayne Harris’ 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown that sealed the Giants’ win. By all accounts, Hardy was attempting to insert himself into a special teams huddle immediately after Harris’ run, only to be rebuffed by several parties.

The best part of this came after the game. All parties involved with Hardy’s sideline antics including Bisaccia and Street backed him and stated he just wanted to help the special teams unit and fire up the team.

Even Cowboys owner Jerry Jones lauded Hardy for showing leadership following the game.

I’m sorry, but is this really worth it?

Is Greg Hardy worth all of this trouble? He is a great player but just as lousy of a person.

I don’t expect the Cowboys to cut ties with him but Jason Garrett has one mighty headache on his hands for the rest of the season.

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