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Richie Incognito | Guard

Team: Miami Dolphins
Age / DOB:  (30) / 7/5/1983
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 319
College: Nebraska
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Owner Mark Davis indicated at the league meetings that the Raiders could be open to the idea of signing free agent OG Richie Incognito.
"I'd have to think about that," said Davis, adding "Ask Reggie (McKenzie)" about the Incognito-to-Oakland possibility. Incognito's off-field issues are well documented, but the Raiders could use him as a power-blocking, mauler guard. NFL.com reported days ago that Incognito is interested in playing in Oakland. Mar 24 - 6:02 PM
Source: ESPN.com

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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports free agent OG Richie Incognito will have to undergo a comprehensive evaluation by NFL medical advisors before he can play again.

Incognito got out of treatment for "severe mental stress" this week in the wake of Bullygate. He wants to play in the NFL this season and is allowed to sign a contract, but won't be able to step on the field or earn a paycheck before the NFL and NFLPA evaluate his status. Incognito is going to struggle to find work.
Mar 21 - 11:34 AM

Free agent OG Richie Incognito is "100 percent into" the idea of playing for the Raiders.

Incognito would have been a natural fit for Al Davis' Raiders, but GM Reggie McKenzie and company haven't been in the business of harvesting controversial players. Oakland has already signed four offensive linemen, as well. Incognito has said his "No. 1 goal" is to return to Miami, but that's not going to happen.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 20 - 4:27 PM

Free agent G Richie Incognito said his "number one goal" is to return to the Dolphins.

Incognito may be feeling better after undergoing mental treatment, but he still appears delusional. There's no way the Dolphins are going to take him back after last season's boat-rocking scandal. That didn't stop Incognito from calling upon his inner George Likes His Chicken Spicy. "Dolphins fans, Richie is well," Incognito said. "Richie wants to come back and play. But the business has to handle the business end, and that's it."
Source: ESPN.com
Mar 20 - 8:26 AM

Free agent G Richie Incognito is out of treatment and looking to get back in the NFL.

The bullying scandal took its toll on Incognito, who eventually checked into a facility "in the wake of severe mental stress." Now he's in search of a job. Considering his history and the potential for massive distraction, it's going to be a tough sell. If Incognito gets any nibbles, they'll almost certainly be one-year, non-guaranteed contracts.
Mar 19 - 9:53 AM

NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reports free agent Richie Incognito is currently being treated at a facility in Arizona "in wake of severe mental stress" from the Ted Wells Report.

Incognito's offseason has been a strange one. He's gone on lengthy Twitter rants numerous times and recently took a baseball bat to his own Ferrari in a fit of rage. He's doing the right thing by getting help. Incognito's ex-Dolphins teammates were reportedly concerned about his behavior and state of mind. He might need a miracle to save his football career. Only a select few -- maybe even couple -- teams could take on a headcase like Incognito.
Feb 28 - 11:08 AM

The National Football Post reports free agent Richie Incognito's ex-teammates are concerned about his "irrational behavior and mental state."

Incognito has been having a bizarre offseason on Twitter, and has admitted to smashing up his own Ferrari with a baseball bat. It sounds like Incognito could use help just as much as Jonathan Martin. Going on 31, Incognito isn't making it easy on himself as he attempts to save his career.
Feb 27 - 1:54 PM

Dolphins fired OL coach Jim Turner.

As expected. Per the Ted Wells Report, Turner taunted ex-Dolphins OL Andrew Gardner for being homosexual even though everyone knew he wasn't, and sent text messages accusing Jonathan Martin of betraying the Dolphins and his teammates after they bullied him into a mental facility. Hiring Turner would be a toxic P.R. move for any other team, so he may be done in the league.
Feb 19 - 9:03 PM

The Miami Herald doesn't envision free agent LG Richie Incognito getting much more than a one-year contract on the open market.

Understandable. Everybody knows about the Incognito-Jonathan Martin saga by now. Incognito is a headcase and can't be trusted to behave on a long-term deal. However, his play on the field has been above-average the past couple seasons, which should allow him to at least get a couple offers. Talent trumps all in the NFL. Incognito is only 30 and still in the prime of his career.
Feb 11 - 10:42 AM

Free agent LG Richie Incognito has been removed from the Dolphins' reserve/suspended list.

It's just a formality, as Incognito is headed to the open market. Going on 31, Incognito won't be welcome back in Miami, and is highly unlikely to stir up much interest. His on-the-field play simply isn't worth the off-the-field headaches. Incognito was a troublemaker long before the Jon Martin saga.
Feb 4 - 4:46 PM

In-limbo Dolphins LG Richie Incognito will remain on the reserve/suspended with pay for the season's remainder.

There was previously some speculation Incognito could return to the Dolphins, but the sides reached an agreement on Monday and it was signed off on by the NFL Players Association. Incognito will not be eligible to return for the playoffs, if the Fins secure the AFC's sixth seed. A Monday night loss by Baltimore could go a long way toward ensuring Miami reaches the 2013 postseason.
Mon, Dec 16, 2013 03:30:00 PM

NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reports the Dolphins and LG Richie Incognito have mutually agreed to extend Incognito's suspension while NFL investigator Ted Wells continues to explore the Dolphins' locker room.

Incognito's suspension remains "indefinite," although it's interesting that he will now be getting paid again. Under the CBA, a team can only suspend a player for four games at maximum without pay. Those four games are up this week. A Dolphins team source told National Football Post's Jason Cole on Friday that he would be "shocked" if the Fins let Incognito back onto the team.
Fri, Nov 29, 2013 05:48:00 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Sunday Countdown that there is "some momentum building" for LG Richie Incognito to return to the Dolphins.

Incognito is currently meeting with NFL investigator Ted Wells to get to the bottom of the fiasco with Jonathan Martin. The Fins are dealing with Martin's loss and C Mike Pouncey's bout with food poisoning, so they could really use Incognito's assistance on the line. They're getting mauled in the trenches.
Sun, Nov 24, 2013 12:24:00 PM

Suspended LG Richie Incognito has filed a grievance against the Dolphins.

Incognito believes his indefinite suspension is a violation of the collective-bargaining agreement. Even were Incognito to "win" his grievance, there's a good chance his reward would be his outright release. He's almost certainly played his last game as a Dolphin.
Thu, Nov 14, 2013 03:43:00 PM

One NFL personnel man told USA Today's Tom Pelissero that Richie Incognito's career is likely over.

Incognito bullied Dolphins OT Jonathan Martin to the point that he essentially had a mental meltdown and left the team. "Lol," the personnel man replied when asked by Pelissero whether Incognito will be claimed off waivers. "I think he can file his retirement papers." Incognito graded out as a top-13 guard in Pro Football Focus' ratings, so his loss is a concern on the field.
Mon, Nov 4, 2013 04:12:00 PM

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