Dolphins Official: Incognito 'Done,' Will 'Never Play Another Game Here'
Troubled Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito will reportedly never play another game for the Miami Dolphins.
"He's done," a ranking club source told the Miami Herald on Monday. "There are procedures in place and everyone wants to be fair. The NFL is involved. But from a club perspective he'll never play another game here."
Incognito, who has a history of drug abuse, spitting on players, punching out a security guard, and altercations with fans and officials, was indefinitely suspended after voicemails came to light in which Incognito slurred and threatened to "kill" teammate Jonathan Martin, harm his family and defecate in his mouth.
Martin left the team last week because he felt he was in an unsafe workplace environment after repeated abuse and harassment. Incognito, who was also reportedly one of the team's leaders, was also reportedly the "ring leader" of a group of veterans that extorted money from younger Miami Dolphins players to subsidize their lavish lifestyles.