Cowboys’ Greg Hardy, who is currently serving a 10-game suspension for his role in a domestic abuse case, had a controversial tweet during day 2 of the NFL Draft.
The Carolina Panthers, Hardy’s former team, selected Michigan’s Devin Funchess with the No.41 pick. Funchess, who stands at 6-foot-5, will be paired on the Panthers with another 6-foot-5 WR, Kelvin Benjamin.
After one Twitter user called the Funchess-Benjamin combo ‘the twin towers’, this is what Hardy tweeted:
Hardy later issued an apology for his tweet:
Ill say this I apologize 4a comment that mentioned an event where no reference 2humor is ever ok but I hope my real fans know I would never
— Greg Hardy (@GregHardyJr) May 2, 2015