"What matters to you? Seriously, what matters to you?" Fox Sports 1 host Katie Nolan asked on her show Wednesday night.
Nolan's segment on her show "Garbage Time" is 3:33 of strong criticism targeting the National Football League, one of its teams, the media, and a player who was accused of domestic violence.
Greg Hardy, now with the Dallas Cowboys, was suspended the first four games of this season after missing all but one contest in 2014 due to the accusations and investigation.
As ESPN reported, Hardy was charged and found guilty of assaulting a female and communicating threats – he appealed, and the charges were dismissed after the accuser couldn't be located for the trial. They'd apparently reached a civil settlement, ESPN said, and she intentionally didn't make herself available.
An NFL investigation found there was "sufficient credible evidence" Hardy "engaged in conduct that violated NFL policies in multiple respects and with aggravating circumstances," according to a league statement.
Hardy is now back and expected to play his first game this weekend, so he spoke to the media.
And Nolan ripped into nearly every part involved for what transpired, including a quote about coming out "guns blazing."
"How do you let that comment happen," Nolan asked, then bringing up it was also published on the NFL website, the league "endorsing it with [their] precious shield which, oh, I noticed has a pink ribbon on it this month because you care about women. That's cool, thanks."
Nolan is being lauded for the segment by colleagues across the media (and other) – here are some examples.