Sportsnaut "Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito has dealt with anger management issues in the past. This was apparent after he beat his beloved Ferrari to a pulp with a baseball bat following his involvement in a bullying incident back in 2013. Though, since signing on with the Bills in 2015, Incognito..." July 22
Sportsnaut "Responding to an article by Sporting News in which the 40 most hated NFL players in history are the subject, Richie Incognito was disappointed to find out he was only ranked No. 17 on the list. He then prompted his Twitter followers (some 92,200-plus) with a poll that asked the question, “Do..." May 22
USA Today "When Jonathan Martin arrived to speak at Washington Manor Middle School just outside Oakland last Wednesday, students hurried to greet him and guide him to the auditorium where he would speak. They surrounded him, asking for photos and autographs. It did not matter to them that Martin, once a..." May 14
Richie Incognito has indeed agreed to a three-year deal with the Bills, as he intimated through @68INCOGNITO.
Yahoo! Sports "A year ago, Richie Incognito looked to be persona non grata in the NFL. After a few years of workouts and team visits not leading to a job in the league following his being cut by the Miami Dolphins amid the bullying scandal with Jonathan Martin, it appeared that Incognito might be unofficially..." March 08
Buffalo News "His torso is unlike any torso on any NFL offensive line, as if God built a house on two legs. Massive, tattooed, busting out of his white henley, Richie Incognito weaves through patrons half his size at The Henry, an upscale restaurant off Camelback Road. With each turn, eyes dart in his..." March 06
Pro Football Talk "Before the Bills signed guard Richie Incognito, he’d been exiled from the NFL. The Bills took a chance on him, and it paid off. Now, a year later, it’s time for Incognito to get paid. And that’s creating more than a little friction between player and team. Per a league source with knowledge..." March 01
Scout "After sitting out for over one year, Richie Incognito finally received an opportunity to play in the NFL again with the Buffalo Bills. Incognito rewarded the Bills with one of the best seasons of his career. The offensive guard was among the league's best pull blockers and one of Pro Football..." January 28