If you were wondering why there were no postgame comments from Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy to read this morning, it’s because he did everything possible to avoid talking to the media after last night’s loss to the Eagles.

Here’s NFL.com’s Mike Silver:

Hardy, who was not available for interviews when reporters entered the Cowboys’ locker room Sunday night, clearly had no desire to share his thoughts in the wake of his team’s defeat. A team official retrieved Hardy’s white Ferrari and backed it up through the tunnel leading out of the stadium, all the way to the locker-room entrance, so that he would have as little exposure to the media as possible.

Long after the room had been closed to reporters, Hardy emerged, walked gingerly to the passenger seat and entered the vehicle, before being driven off into the North Texas night.

And here’s the getaway car in action:

The NFL has previously made a point of fining players who refuse to speak to the media, so it’s possible that Hardy will face some discipline for this.

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[NFL.com]