Former Dolphins OL Richie Incognito may be closing in on a new employer after being suspended for half of the 2013 season over his role in the Bullying Scandal with OT Jonathan Martin.
OL Richie Incognito, who has been out of the NFL since being suspended and subsequently released by the Miami Dolphins for his role in the now infamous Bullying Scandal last fall, may be closing in on finding a new employer in the NFL.
On Monday, FOX Sports Insider Jay Glazer reported that Incognito was visiting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – a team that has been looking for help at Guard (Incognito’s main position) since losing Pro Bowl G Carl Nicks to retirement.
Incognito was named in an independent investigation by Ted Wells as the primary culprit in the bullying of OT Jonathan Martin in what has come to be referred to as the “Bullying Scandal.”
The Dolphins suspended Incognito in the wake of the events and fired their assistant offensive line coach. Incognito was later released and Jonathan Martin was traded to the 49ers.
At the time of the report, Incognito said, “You could not define me in 144 years let alone 144 pages, Mr. Wells. Thank you for your hard work and dedication.”