No one wants Greg Hardy’s take on anything related to domestic violence, but that didn’t stop him from chiming in on the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold the NFL’s six-game suspension of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott. Not only that, but Hardy is also accusing arbiter Harold Henderson of falling asleep at his own hearing.
I wonder if Mr Henderson fell asleep while presiding over zeke like he did with my case
Hummmmmmm gotta wonder right
— Greg Hardy (@GregHardyJr) October 13, 2017
Elliott’s case only went to the 5th Circuit after Henderson, the NFL executive vice president of labor relations, elected to uphold Roger Goodell’s suspension earlier this month. Clearly, Hardy believes Henderson failed to do proper diligence regarding his own suspension in 2015 stemming from domestic assault allegations.