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Richie Incognito Takes Shots at ESPN, Adam Schefter on Twitter

Jonathan Garza Jonathan Garza Story last updated: November 4, 2013 at 4:07 pm

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By now you have heard the news about Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito and his suspension for conduct detrimental to the team, which allegedly was a hate crime on teammate Jonathan Martin, including threatening text messages and a voicemail.

But now Incognito is fighting back, taking to Twitter to attack reporters (namely ESPN’s Adam Schefter) for allegedly slandering his name.

Have a look for yourself:

The truth is beginning to come out, and the news is not good for Incognito, whose career is very likely to be over.

An NFL personnel man replied “Lol” to USA Today’s Tom Pelissero in reference to the possibility of Incognito being claimed on waivers, further stating that he “could file his retirement papers.”

Issues of behavior have followed Incognito since his days in college at Nebraska.