Greg Hardy Back Under Microscope After Sideline Tantrums

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 25: Greg Hardy #76 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates a sack during the second quarter against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on October 25, 2015 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

ARLINGTON, Texas — The day after a tough loss up in New York, the Cowboys hosted a domestic violence awareness luncheon for the Gatehouse, a program to help get women involved in domestic violence back on their feet.

Jason Witten offered the keynote address.

“We’ve lost four in a row. It’s tough, but the ultimate measure of a man is where he stands in time of challenge. Just like our team, we’ll get it turned around because we believe in each other,” said the Cowboys tight end. “My push to you guys is that we all do the same today. Understand the opportunity we have to join with each other and be a difference.”

Of course, it’s hard to talk domestic violence and the Cowboys without thinking of the most controversial Cowboy: Greg Hardy.

Hardy was back to making headlines for the wrong reasons Sunday. Cameras caught him having a heated conversation with Dez Bryant and smacking the clipboard out of the special team’s coaches hands after the Giants took the lead on a kickoff return touchdown.

Monday, Coach Garrett says the team is putting the incident behind them, “It was not a big deal for anybody inside our football team and inside this building.”

Hey, there’s a lot of unhappy faces in the Cowboys locker room right now, and there’s really only one cure for the sideline tantrums: WINNING!