Everyone in the NFL is painting a picture of Greg Hardy as a bad individual. A bad person because of a domestic violence charge that he was hit with, even though all the charges were dismissed and dropped.
Well today, DeAngelo Williams who has been released by the Carolina Panthers opened up about his feelings for Greg Hardy. He says that when his mother passed away, only one player on his team showed up to support him at his mother’s funeral. Guess who that was? If you said Greg Hardy, your right…
It makes more sense after hearing Monday night Williams tell a local Charlotte television station that Hardy was the only teammate who attended his mother’s funeral in Arkansas on May 24.
“One player came,” Williams said during the interview in which he told WBTV the Panthers planned to release him. “And there is nothing that he can say or do in my eyes that is bad. … Greg Hardy. All the players around the league, all the players in the locker room, they texted and called. But Greg Hardy showed up.”
This is pretty sad, but also paints a better image for Greg Hardy. At the end of the day, your true friends and loyal friends will show up. Greg Hardy at least showed heart ache for his teammates loss.