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Drunken Richie Incognito Drops N-Bomb While Going Nuts (VIDEO)

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard that Miami Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito is in a lot of trouble these days. Incognito is being accused of harassing his teammate, Jonathan Martin.

In our democratic society, people are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. Unfortunately for Incognito, he has a checkered past that is working against him in this particular situation. Yeah, there’s no easy way to say this… Richie Ingcognito has all the qualities of a douche. It started in college, and the poor behavior has carried over to the NFL.
Here’s a laundry list of Incognito’s transgressions courtesy of Wikipedia (which is always reliable). Let’s start in college…

“In 2001, he redshirted at Nebraska.[4] In 2002, he became the first Husker freshman offensive lineman to start in the season opener and just the third rookie lineman to earn any start in his first year of competition. He played in all 14 games, starting 13 at left tackle and posted the second-highest season pancake total in Husker history with 171.[5] He was named a First-team Freshman All-American by FWAA, The Sporting News, and Rivals.com as well as First-Team Freshman All-Big 12 (The Sporting News). He had his first disciplinary action, however, when he was ejected for fighting from the Huskers’ game against Penn State and forced to sit out the first half of the Iowa State game the next week.

In the spring of 2003, he was suspended for unspecified reasons by head coach Frank Solich. He was reinstated by the start of the season and started 13 games at left tackle, for which he was rewarded with a First-team All-Big 12 selection by the Associated Press.Richie Incognito suspended

In February 2004, Incognito was involved in a fight at a party and was charged with three counts of assault. In June, he was found guilty on one of the misdemeanor assault charges and paid a $500 fine. Incognito was shifted to center during the 2004 preseason camp. He entered the season with high expectations, listed on a number of preseason lists as a top center and named to the watch list for the Rimington Trophy going to the best center in college football.[7] On September 1, however, he was suspended from the football team for repeated violations of team rules and withdrew from all classes at Nebraska within a few weeks.

In late September, he transferred to the University of Oregon, only to be dismissed from the team a week later. Head coach Mike Bellotti said Incognito failed to meet the conditions he’d agreed to meet before his arrival in Eugene. Bellotti didn’t elaborate, but Incognito had been required to complete an anger-management course and adhere to a strict code of conduct.”

At the NFL pre-draft camp, ESPN’s scouting department said this about Incognito

“There’s too much baggage to take a chance on him any higher than the fourth round. Yeah, so things got worse once he turned pro…

Whoever wrote that pre-draft report was on the money, because things got worse once Incognito turned pro…

“On December 13 2009, during the first half of a 47-7 loss to the Tennessee Titans, Incognito drew two 15-yard penalties for headbutting Titans players. Head coach Steve Spagnuolo benched him for the second half, and the two got into a heated confrontation on the sidelines. It was the second time Incognito had been benched for losing his composure; he’d been pulled from the season opener against Seattle for two personal fouls. However, the Titans incident was the last straw; the Rams waived him two days after the game.

The two personal fouls led to a $50,000 fine from the NFL and a letter from the league office warning him that “future infractions of the types you have committed may lead to increased disciplinary action up to and including suspension.” In four years with the Rams from 2006 to 2009, Incognito drew 38 penalties, including seven unnecessary roughness calls, more than any other player during that span.”

So, that brings us to 2013. Incognito has been released by the Dolphins for a variety of indecent, and racially charged comments directed at his teammate Jonathan Martin. Coincidentally, TMZ has also uncovered a video that is quite damning to Incognito’s already tainted reputation.

Check it out…

Classy!

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