Furious Sportscaster Slams The NFL For A Move That Is Pretty Damn Dispicable

He doesn't hold back.

When news broke that National Football League player Ray Rice beat his wife in an elevator, the conversation surrounding domestic violence in the NFL opened up on a grand scale. Women shared their stories and many of the league's players appeared in an anti-domestic violence campaign called "No More."

As shown by the Dallas Cowboys' latest move of signing Greg Hardy, a player who allegedly beat his girlfriend, the NFL still has a lot to learn, as well do the people who support players who inflict violence on women for the sake of the game.

And, quite frankly, Dallas sportscaster Dale Hansen is tired of it. 

In his latest segment "Unplugged" for local station WFAA-TV, Hansen slams the Cowboys, the NFL and fans who try to disconnect domestic violence from the game. 

With 1 in 3 women having experienced such violence in their lifetimes, including mothers, sisters, daughters and friends, Hansen finds those people very hard to believe.

In the meantime, Hansen reports Hardy will be making millions of dollars.


Here are some of our favorite zingers:


"Just when I begin to think the Cowboys can't sink any lower... they find another shovel and dig a few feet deeper... Funny how so many teams would pass on such a great talent only because he beat up his former girlfriend. But your Cowboys didn't."

"I absolutely don't care about the argument that so many of you make, that what he does off the field just doesn't matter if he can help you win on the field. Is there no line you wont cross?... Is there no behavior you won't tolerate?"

"Hardy's jersey is being sold at the Cowboys' online pro shop now. You can get one for your sister or daughter and explain to her that Hardy beats up women but we're cheering him now. Game day is all that matters to me. Your daughter will understand."

Listen to him speak truth below, and wait till you hear the end.


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