Richie Incognito

BREAKING: The NFL Isn’t Fair per Richie Incognito

Aug 10 • Featured Blogs, NFL • 10870 Views • No Comments

 

In normal off season news fashion the headline of the day is about how the NFL is perhaps, not the fairest of them all. Richie Incognito, who was named the new starting left guard of the Bills, sat down with media to discuss just this.

I’m not sure if you remember but Icognito was involved in some pretty nasty shit when he was a Dolphin. The NFL tagged him as being a massive bully that targeted Jonathan Martin more than anyone. You may remember him from such stories as that time he joked about shooting black people, threats to run train on people’s sisters and bashing his own car in with a baseball bat.
Hell of a guy that Incognito. He was suspended for a long ass time following an independent review and is just now getting back to football.
One would think that newly returned to the NFL Icognito would want to prove to public that he was changed. However, he decided to spend his time rallying against Ted Wells, the NFL’s usual independent investigator and Roger Goodell, the NFL’s commissioner. Incognito compared his investigation with Deflategate and Brady’s current case.
“He has so much power and he hires independent investigators who come in and are obviously not independent. They come in with an agenda and they come in looking to find facts to back up their argument. All the facts are slanted in their favor.”
Icognito said bare faced that Ted Wells came in with an agenda against him. He claims that there was misinformation and facts that were left out.
Well Incognito is right when speaking about Goodell’s supreme ruling I cannot look more kindly on his situation with Miami. The “teammates’s testimony” that Incognito claims was left out of Well’s report could hardly stand up against the vile shit that DID come out in the report.
The balance of power should be corrected, but Incognito is still possibly related to Hitler.

 

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