Fox Sports analyst and former NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw let Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones have it on Sunday for signing Greg Hardy, who was convicted last year for threatening and assaulting his girlfriend.
Speaking on Fox’s NFL studio show, Bradshaw slammed Jones and suggested there’s no place for people like Hardy in the league.
“Anyone, in my opinion, who lays a hand on a woman, I don’t care who you are my friend, you never come back in this league,” he said.
Bradshaw added that Jones was so “desperate” to get a good player who can help his football team’s defense that he prioritized over having a team with high-character individuals.
“He has a first news conference and makes a fool of himself, and then Jerry goes off and basically becomes an enabler himself,” Bradshaw continued.
“This is wrong, we have no place for this… and I really, really, seriously hope that eventually we never have a place in the NFL for people who strike a woman,” he concluded.
The Cowboys are 2-3 with Hardy.