Much has been written and said about Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy.

Just days after the investigative piece written by Deadspin that featured dozens of photographs from his sexual assault case, much of the media wants him out of the league.

On Friday after the leak, Hardy issued a 'no comment' to the media after practice on the matter. The Cowboys didn't have much to say on the matter either except for making it known that they had no access to the photos upon signing him.

On Saturday, Hardy issued a public apology of sorts on Twitter:

Hardy went on to tweet a second message acknowledging how "grateful" he is for the opportunity to play in the NFL.

Needless to say, the mentions Hardy received soon after on both tweets were not as forgiving as Hardy would have liked.

The NFL remains silent on the matter and all signs point to Hardy continuing to play in the NFL this season.

Hardy has his 10 game suspension overturned by a neutral arbitrator and was forced to serve just four games at the start of the season.

The charges issued to the embattled defensive end were dropped citing a lack of cooperation from the accuser, Hardy's ex-girlfriend.

Still, Hardy has made an immediate impact for an average Cowboys defense totaling 3 sacks in 3 games with an interception.