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Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct in the first quarter of Monday Night’s Dolphins-Buccaneers game in Tampa, but ESPN’s Mike Tirico just assumed the flag was for Richie Incognito because he’s apparently the team bully in Miami. Incognito, as you probably know, is suspended indefinitely amidst the Jonathan Martin hazing saga.

We’ll just chalk this up as an educated guess for Tirico.

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  • Tirco is a racist and an idiot. Anytime he can interject race into a discussion, and divisibly, he does.
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