The downward spiral of former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito may have been stopped after a bizarre incident involving his car Thursday
At this point, no news that comes from former Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito is shocking, even when he is taking a baseball bat to a Ferrari. Still, Incognito’s reaction to Phoenix Fox affiliate KSAZ added to the oddity of the situation the lineman finds himself in.
Bizarre events continue to follow former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito. According to TMZ, Incognito’s car, a black Ferrari, was smashed by a baseball bat.
At this point fans might think the Miami Dolphins have had enough of Jonathan Martin, but that’s not the case according to CBSSports.com’s Jason LaCanfora.
As the Miami Dolphins franchise tries to put the ugly incident surrounding Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin behind it; the team’s union representative tried to blast the report while admitting he never read it.
An intense Joe Philbin met the media in Indianapolis gathered for the annual Scouting Combine and finally addressed the aftermath of the Ted Wells report that showed his players were harassing each other and other staffers.
Former Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito’s self-imposed banishment from Twitter lasted only a few days before he started back on the social networking site with a vengeance Monday night.
While Miami Dolphins players and at least one coach were highly criticized in the Ted Wells report on the harassment by teammates, one person who escaped much blame from Wells was head coach Joe Philbin. But that doesn’t mean Philbin has escaped the tarnish of the scandal.
While guard Richie Incognito is no longer a headache for the Miami Dolphins or its fans, the National Football League still has yet to weigh in on how it will discipline Incognito for his actions while a member of the Dolphins.
After a weekend to digest the entire Ted Wells report, the Miami Dolphins and the National Football League are the next two entities expected to make decisions about several of the people named in the report.