Richie Incognito BUF 7 months ago

Incognito signed with Buffalo on Saturday, NFL.com's Jeff Darlington reports.

According to Buffalo News writer Tim Graham, Incognito was a "high-priority" free agent in the eyes of coach Rex Ryan, so that would seem to imply that Ryan views him as a likely starter at guard. Assuming his behavior isn't a problem, Incognito's arrival isn't likely to be a high-impact addition for Buffalo.

Richie Incognito BUF 7 months ago5 Comments

Incognito is expected to sign with Buffalo, Buffalo News writer Tim Graham reports.

Coach Rex Ryan evidently considers Incognito a high-priority free agent target, though he could easily be the only coach who feels that way. If Incognito has reformed his behavior then he ought to provide useful play at the guard spot, though the PR sell doesn't figure to be smooth for the Bills initially.

Richie Incognito BUF 1 year ago6 Comments

Incognito has been cleared by the NFL to return to "full activity and regular-season game participation," ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Incognito finished the 2013 regular season under suspension, but the free agent will no longer have an indefinite suspension hanging over his head when he visits other teams. It's unclear if he'll have many suitors due to the bullying issues that led to his suspension in the first place, but if injuries strike another team, they may be forced to consider the troubled guard as an option.

Richie Incognito BUF 1 year ago

Incognito will visit with the Buccaneers on Monday, FOX Sports reports.

Incognito has not stepped foot in a team facility since being suspended by the Dolphins amid last season's bullying scandal. However, with the Buccaneers needing help at guard, Incognito represents an experienced option that well-liked head coach Lovie Smith could see eye-to-eye with from a conduct standpoint. If Monday's meeting goes well, Incognito figures to be signed ahead of the regular season.

Richie Incognito BUF 1 year ago

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.

Richie Incognito BUF 1 year ago

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.

Richie Incognito BUF 1 year ago

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 alreaddy 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.

Richie Incognito BUF 1 year ago

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."

Richie Incognito BUF 1 year ago

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

Richie Incognito BUF 1 year ago

NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reports free agent Richie Incognito is currently being treated at a mental 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.