The NFL has had no shortage of abuse scandals in recent years, from Adrian Peterson whipping his son to Ray Rice knocking out his now-wife in an elevator, and over the weekend four-time Super Bowl winner Terry Bradshaw made it clear that he’s had enough. While discussing defensive end Greg Hardy, who’s now playing for the Dallas Cowboys after being found guilty of assaulting an ex-girlfriend (the charges were later dropped when the victim failed to appear at trial), Bradshaw called Cowboys owner Jerry Jones “desperate” for a good defensive player, and declared that anyone “who lays a hand on a woman” should not be allowed in the NFL.

“This is wrong, we have no place for this… and I really, really, seriously hope that eventually we never have a place in the NFL for people who strike a woman,” Bradshaw said.

Bradshaw is not the first person to criticize the league’s forgiving stance on domestic violence, and he won’t be the last, but as one of the most prominent commentators in football, his voice is certainly among the loudest, and hopefully it reaches the right ears.