May 19, 2015 - Aaron Wilson
Greg Hardy says he's going to make Jerry Jones happy
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy, a controversial figure following his domestic violence incident last year who's been suspended for the first 10 games of the NFL season, vowed to make Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' investment a sound one. "What I am going to do is make sure Jerry's happy," Hardy told WFAA. "[Because] he took a chance on me.""Be me again," he said. "Be a considerate, nice guy. Help people. Keep a lot of love in my heart. Stay out of trouble." Hardy emphasized that he'll "keep everybody else happy. Keep my fans happy. Keep you guys [media] happy. And keep smiles on faces." When asked about his identity, Hardy said: "The Kraken. Whole life-wise. It means I entertain. I'm here for you guys, man. I'm at your service. Lot of love in my heart. Here to do whatever it takes to make people happy and make sure these guys stay happy with me. That's about it." Follow me on Twitter: @RavensInsider Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun
It's been a year since his arrest for beating up girlfriend Nicole Holder.My success is already ensured," Hardy said.
"I'm a Pro Bowl defensive end. Just got to keep doing what I'm doing."
What about his behavior off the field?