Why would he be, as some seem to think, out for revenge? What does he have to be mad about? He got paid by us to do nothing, even after we placed a franchise tag on him. We got the short end of the stick, Hardy didn't.
People just get off thinking about that kind of drama. That's all.
I believe it did. During his time here, he had a reputation as the good ole boy (well, in a sense). He towed the company line, and kept it business.
...and then this odd display. We get it, break-ups aren't easy but he could have stayed professional. It's obviously nothing like the Smith scenario but still. Why not just keep your mouth shut and move on? Seems bitter.
I still like Deangello, though. This wont change that. Had he pulled a Smitty I would feel different.