Tom Brady On Greg Hardy After Cowboys Player Dishes On Gisele Bundchen Following Domestic Violence Charges

When Tom Brady reflects on Greg Hardy, the famed football player makes it clear that personal feelings don’t count. Tom claims to discount remarks that might be construed as sexist regarding Brady’s wife Gisele Bundchen, reported CBS Sports.

The question of how Tom felt about Greg arose when Hardy decided to share his views about Brady and the Patriots, which was then quoted on Twitter by Brandon George.

Hardy also offered his thoughts on going up against Tom.

Hardy’s comments come after the defensive end was suspended for four games after a domestic violence occurrence. But now the Cowboys team member is eager to climb back into the saddle to tackle Tom and his team.

As for how Brady feels after learning about Greg?

Tom Brady offers his views on Greg Hardy.

Hardy and his thoughts on Gisele, as well as the game, don’t stress out Tom.

Brady emphasized that he’s focused on preparing to play, and that concentrating on the game is what really counts right now. And he took time to praise Greg for his tactics on the field.

“He’s a great player. It’s takes a lot of different things to handle a guy like that. But he’s a been a great player since he’s been in the league. We’re going to have to prepare for him and be ready for all different types of moves that he’s got. They’ve got a good D-line anyway. They count on getting pressure from their front four, getting to the quarterback so I really don’t care about his personal feelings.”

Hardy and Brady both know what it is like to be suspended following commissioner Roger Goodell’s decision to suspend Tom after Deflategate blew up. However, Brady’s suspension was then nullified by a U.S. district judge.

But while Brady got off of the Deflategate rap, Greg has remained controversial for the Dallas Cowboys, reported Yahoo!.

Tom Brady seeks to focus on the game instead of on Greg Hardy and his remarks. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Injuries have caused problems that are making the game against the New England Patriots even more significant outside of pitting Hardy against Brady. Among those on the injured list are Dallas quarterback Tony Romo, star receiver Dez Bryant, key linebacker Sean Lee, and running back Lance Dunbar.

Greg’s suspension for four games resulted from his violation of the NFL personal conduct policy. Hardy was not prosecuted for charges of domestic violence. But following evidence that Greg had dragged his former girlfriend by the hair and tossed her on a couch that contained seven weapons, including four semi-automatics, a judge ruled him guilty of assault. The prosecution problem arose when, after the football player chose a jury trial, prosecutors could not find the victim, who allegedly received a settlement from him.

As for Hardy’s take on the situation now? When asked about domestic violence, he side-stepped a direct response.

“The best way to win a game is stick to the game plan,” said Greg.

Hardy then made his comments about Tom’s wife Gisele.

“I love seeing Tom Brady, he’s cool as cr*p,” Hardy said. “Have you seen his wife? I hope she comes to the game. I hope her sister comes to the game, all her friends come to the game.”

However, when Greg also said that he wanted to come out with “all guns blazing,” he apparently was lectured by head coach Jason Garrett.

“We want to distinguish ourselves with our play, not with what you say,” said Garrett. “(Hardy) understands that now.”

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