560-WQAM

Follow WQAM on Twitter | Facebook

READ MORE: 'Summer 2021 Experience' Kicks Off In Broward Public Schools

Former Dolphin Richie Incognito and current Dolphin Ndamukong Suh have several notable things in common: they’re both Nebraska products, excel at their craft and come off as “dirty” to many while doing it.

READ MORE: Shots Fired In I-95 Road Rage Incident

“My train of thought is there’s only one way to play the game, and that’s with an edge and with an attitude,” Incognito said on Syracuse.com. “I love the way Suh plays. I have a lot of respect for him. We went to the same school and he’s had a lot of success. I think we’re both cut from the same cloth. We’re both kind of old school mentality, hard nose guys who are going to go out there and impose our will on people. Not a lot of people are ready for it. They label us as dirty, and I just think people can’t handle our intensity.”

Incognito and Suh will be on opposite sides in the trenches this Sunday when the Bills take on the Dolphins in an intra-division clash.

MORE NEWS: 'This Was A Pure Accident': Wilton Manors Mayor Scott Newton On Deadly Pride Parade Crash

Follow Josh on Twitter @JoshBaumgard