This whole post makes me want to throw up. You suggest that Greg should get his life together in the time away from team activities, well I would argue that Greg was clearly making an attempt to do that BEFOREHAND by moving out all her poo the day before this alleged DV occurred.
What I do know is this, many here have repeatedly used the crack argument to discredit the accuser's claims of DV.
Greg either had an extended intimate relationship with a drug addict... or... his accuser is not a crack addict, lending even more credence to her claims of DV.
Many here want to ignore the findings of the court. That is understandable since Greg is appealing the findings. However, a supposedly impartial legal expert was tasked to review all the relevant evidence and determine Hardy's innocence or guilt. For those awaiting a legal resolution, the findings of the judge don't provide any credence to Greg's claims of innocence.
Ok, let's ignore the judge's findings. Do the Panthers/NFL even require a guilty judgment to prevent Hardy from playing for the team? Apparently not.
As a Panthers fan, I hope things work out for Greg and he is found innocent of all charges. Until then, hopefully he utilizes this additional free time wisely, implementing some life changes to preclude any more unfortunate incidents like this from occurring in the future.
Greg is the captain of his own destiny. A course correction is in order.
Can't you see your position on the matter is flawed due to your judgment of Hardy's character and the alleged victims character? The facts demonstrate an apparent misreprentation of the US legal system. But I guess if society coupled with the media today is God and the end-all be-all of judgment then we don't even need a legal system to defend our inalienable rights as Americans.
The judges reason behind her guilty verdict was based upon the witness who didn't see but HEARD the alleged DV in the building. Bullshit.