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Jarvis Landry races Richie Incognito in a sumo suit

The race we’ve all been waiting for is finally here. During Pro Bowl weekend, Jarvis Landry donned a sumo suit to take on Richie Incognito.Believe it or not, the Miami Dolphins receiver almost beat his former teammate, who’s now with the Buffalo Bills. What a glorious spectacle of competitive fire. The dive by Landry to get to the finish line capped off the compelling race, which...
Via Sportsnaut
January 29, 2017  |  Discuss

Richie Incognito does not want to talk to Jonathan Martin

Former Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin has reached out to Bills guard Richie Incognito to patch up their broken relationship, but Incognito has no interest. The duo made national headlines in 2013 when an ESPN report and subsequent NFL investigation revealed that Incognito had bullied Martin, who left the team midseason. As a result, Incognito was suspended for the final...
Via The Comeback
October 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Richie Incognito fears violating Bills media policy by reporting the presence of cookies in lunch room

The Buffalo Bills recently installed a brand new media policy on Tuesday that has drawn some flack from other teams in the NFL. We wrote about it at great length yesterday and went through some of the big changes. Bills begin OTAs today. Reporters are not allowed to tell you who dropped a pass or who threw an interception. — Mike Rodak (@mikerodak...
Via The Comeback
May 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Richie Incognito wouldn’t mind making love to his new Ferrari

What is it with Richie Incognito and Ferrari’s? A few years ago, the then embattled Miami Dolphins offensive lineman decided it was a good idea to take out his frustrations on his Ferrari — beating it to a pulp with a baseball bat. Fast forward a few more years and now Incognito apparently wants to make sweet love to his newest purchase…you guessed it, a Ferrari. We aren...
Via The Comeback
March 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Richie Incognito on his new Ferrari: ‘I’d hit it’

A couple of years ago, former Miami Dolphins and current Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito took out his frustrations, beating the smithereens out of his Ferrari with a baseball bat. Now able to kid about his wild lapse of judgement, Incognito posted this image of an undamaged Ferrari wearing a Bills’ helmet in what looks to be his driveway. The hilarious thing here is the...
Via Sportsnaut
March 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Richie Incognito re-signing with Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills were able to retain guard Richie Incognito, who is set to re-sign with the team that gave him a second chance, per Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News. Per Incognito himself, it’s a three-year deal, and he seems awfully excited about it, and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports it’ll be worth $15 million, per a source. Who's ready for 3 more years of DOMINATION...
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March 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Bills ‘getting frustrated’ with Incognito contract talks

The Buffalo Bills are reportedly not exactly feeling warm and fuzzy about how contract talks with offensive guard Richie Incognito are progressing along. Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio is reporting the team is “getting frustrated” with the fact that Incognitio isn’t satisfied with what the team is offering: “Per a league source with knowledge of the situation, the...
Via Sportsnaut
March 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Richie Incognito named starter by Rex Ryan

By Ryan Phillips The Buffalo Bills took a chance on Richie Incognito this offseason and it appears he was worth the investment. The Bills signed the disgraced offensive lineman to a one-year contract in February, and on Monday head coach Rex Ryan confirmed that the eighth-year pro would be the team’s starting left guard. Incognito hasn’t played since midway through the 2013...
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August 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Rex Ryan says he's the 'biggest anti-bullying guy there is'

By Darren Hartwell Rex Ryan is all in favor of his team getting mean and nasty on the football field. Fortunately, he has a different stance on bullying off the gridiron. The Buffalo Bills coach raised eyebrows in his introductory press conference when he said his goal was to “build a bully” with his new team. Those eyebrows were raised once again last week when the Bills signed...
February 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Richie Incognito signing upsets Buffalo anti-bullying group

By Ricky Doyle Richie Incognito’s arrival in Buffalo is rubbing some people the wrong way. Incognito, who is considered an NFL bad boy, signed a one-year contract with the Bills earlier this week. One Buffalo-based anti-bullying group apparently is up in arms over the deal. “It does feel like a slap in the face that this is happening right here in Buffalo,” Amanda Nickerson...
February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

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