Richie Incognito Can Play Football, But He’s Out of Control
Now Richie Incognito is taking baseball bats to his Ferrari. You can't make this stuff up.
The offensive lineman called police in his hometown of Scottsdale, Arizona, after he told the police he damaged his black Ferrari with a bat himself.
Incognito has been the primary player of the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal. He also was suspended for most of the season. The Dolphins do not want him back.
This guy can play football but he is out of control. The day he was suspended he purchased this automobile in South Florida. Now, just a few months later he takes a Louisville Slugger to it.
Incognito was the second best player coming out of high school in Arizona that year. He received a football scholarship to the University of Nebraska then was kicked off the team. Then, he enrolled into the University of Oregon where he was also shown the door. Because Incognito is a very talented offensive lineman he went to the NFL. He played with St. Louis, and Buffalo before landing with the Miami Dolphins.
An investigation conducted by Ted Wells for the NFL showed that Incognito and two other teammates harassed teammate Jonathan Martin. Martin had enough and quit the team.
Richie Incognito might be an outstanding offensive lineman but this cat needs more anger management help. After everything he has been through, he calls the Scottsdale police to report he, himself, took a baseball bat to his expensive Ferrari.
I bet his insurance doesn't cover this one!