Transcript for Sports Anchor Slams Dallas Cowboys for Player Signing
We have a story about the Dallas cowboys coming under fire from a popular anchor at our Dallas station who's blasting the team for signing a player charged with domestic violence. Ryan Owens has the story. Reporter: The Dallas cowboys are known as America's team, but this morning, America's most wanted might be a better nickname and the sports anchor at our Dallas station has had it. Now you can beat a woman and play with a star on your helmet. Reporter: The team's latest hire, defensive end Greg hardy. Again it's Greg hardy. Reporter: Was found guilty of abusing his girlfriend last year. Some girl is getting her Beat upstairs. Reporter: He still faces suspension by the NFL. Hardy didn't return our calls for comment. Cowboys owner jerry Jones signed hardy even though most teams wouldn't touch him. The cowboys tell ABC news "Our organization understands the very serious nature of domestic violence. We know that Greg has a firm understanding, as well." When I begin to think the cowboys can't sink any lower they find another shovel and dig a few feet deeper. Reporter: That's the spur in the side of several cowboys these days. Wide receiver Dez Bryant was arrested for beating up his mom in 201. He reached a deal with prosecutors and is still playing. Nose tackle josh Brent is back on the field after serving jail time. He was drunk, wrecked his car and killed his teammate. Is there no line you won't cross? Is there no crime you won't accept? Is there no behavior you will not tolerate? No more excuses. No more. Reporter: The NFL has launched an aggressive pr blitz against domestic violence, but America's team seems to be using a different playbook. Hardy's Jersey is being sold at the cowboys online pro shop now. You could get one for your sister or daughter and then explain to her that hardy beats up women but we're cheering him now because he's really good on game day and game day is all that really matters to me. Your daughter will understand. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Dallas.
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