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Richie Incognito Talked About Stealing Tannehill’s CC & Buying Jet Skies

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, November 5th, 2013
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I am not going to make a bad going Incognito joke, but it is pretty much over for him.

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  1. nba is fixed says:

    Every NFL season, a serious criminal scandal happens. Last year, Josh Brent killed one of his team mates. This year, this racist player threatens and bullies a rookie. There is something very strange going on in the NFL. Is it the steroids? Is it the deer antler spray? Is it the constant concussions? What is it?

    • t story says:

      Its the horrible combination of roid rage and violent sports culture. kinda like prozac + suicidal gamer teen = school shooting. roids + NFL = violence

  2. Rhard1 says:

    So when did this OF line protect RT?No game this season comes to mind.

  3. Now to be fair.... says:

    To all the haters out there, Richie Incognito may seem like the lowest piece of pond scum walking on two legs, a bona fide worthless excuse for a human being that even child molesters would spit on. But I guarantee he’ll do at least ONE good thing for the world some day: HE’LL DROP DEAD. And the world will be a better place for it.

  4. nba is fixed says:

    Has anyone noticed that the owner of the Miami Dolphins and Roger Goodell have not commented on this serious situation?

  5. Michael says:

    Hazing is popping people with towels, or putting hand soap in their gatorade. Not stealing their credit card and buying everyone a $5,000 jet ski.

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