Richie Incognito has filed a non-football injury grievance against the Miami Dolphins, challenging the indefinite suspension, according to Chris Mortensen.
This is to be expected because the suspension has been for an indefinite term. (Think back to the wrangling years ago with Owens and the Eagles when he was suspended). A player can be suspended a maximum of four weeks for conduct detrimental to the team. We aren’t there yet, but Incognito is seeking an expedited hearing that should force the Dolphins to do something, and his hope is that it will result in getting all of his wages back if the arbitrator believes it was not merited. He is not going back at this point, but he might be able to secure his outright release from the organization. He is a free agent after the season, but could play for someone else in 2013 if released.
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