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Richie Incognito Visiting Tampa Bay Bucs, Who Desperately Need Offensive Line Help

richie incognitoRichie Incognito, the hot-headed former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman who was at the center of a major bullying scandal last season, is visiting the Tampa Bay Bucs today, and there’s a chance the team could sign him, according to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports.

Incognito was cut by the Dolphins last season after it was revealed that he bullied teammate Jonathan Martin. Incognito went to treatment facility in February, one day after police in Arizona say he smashed up his own Ferrari with a baseball bat.

The Incognito/Martin imbroglio was one of the NFL’s biggest stories last season, culminating with the release of the Ted Wells report in mid-February that stated Incognito was the ringleader on a dysfunctional Miami team who bullied teammates and staffers, most notably Martin.

Martin was traded to the 49ers but he has struggled in preseason.

Tampa Bay has a new coaching staff and a new QB, and a patchwork offensive line that might be the team’s biggest weakness.

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