Found July 16, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Greg Hardy
TEAMS: Carolina Panthers
Thanks to our buddies at BlackSportsOnline.com for the heads up on Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy tweeting a picture of his speedometer as he’s driving 100 miles per hour. Ride n in the big B instagr.am/p/NJQYy9wWw5/ — GQ (@ItsGHardy) July 16, 2012 This is clearly one of the most idiotic things that a pro athlete can do.  First off he’s essentially giving evidence to the police to bust him for going way over the speed limit and second he put his own life at risk as well as the lives of everyone else on the road by using his phone while driving.
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