Sep 22, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito (68) blocks Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux (95) in the second half at Sun Life Stadium. Miami won 27-23. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

Richie Incognito allegedly took Ryan Tannehill's credit card to buy jet ski?

When it rains, it pours and for Richie Incognito, it’s a monsoon.

According to ABC Columbia reporter Sara Jane Harris, ESPN played audio of the Dolphins lineman allegedly suggesting that he took the credit card of quarterback Ryan Tannehill and purchased a jet ski with it:

Oh wow… ESPN playing sound of Richie Incognito… talking about hazing Ryan Tannehill… saying he took his credit card to buy a jet ski.

Incognito said he felt like Tannehill “owed” him and other OL on team, because they put themselves on the line each game to protect him.

More than hazing, that’s theft, if true.

This of course comes on the heels of reports that rookies were forced to throw down hefty dollars at team meals, which while not exactly a new tradition, was taken to a new level considering the expenses incurred.

Either way, things seemingly just continue to get worse for the former Pro Bowl talent, who could be facing much more serious charges than just bullying if these reports do prove to be true.

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  • tpl

    Incognito needs to be made an example of. The sad thing is I just read where a lot of the dolphin players knew about the voice mail to Jonathan Martin. They knew and did nothing? Racial slurs are the norm?!

  • Sean Taylor

    That’s how he got away with it for so long, he made sure the other players got taken care of as well. If he was the only one doing this somebody would have put a stop to it. Martin and Tannehill knew they would have to fight the entire team if they resisted.


    This is whyTannehill defended Incognito. Incognito ruled that locker room with fear!