The Miami Dolphins suspended offensive guard Richie Incognito four weeks ago for conduct detrimental for the team, but the team would have to figure out what to do with Incognito because the league’s personal conduct policy allows for teams to only suspend a player up to for games for said conduct.
With Incognito’s suspension set to come to an end, we learned that the team agreed to extend his suspension for two weeks , but he would be getting paid. On top of that, Incognito reportedly got paid for two of the four weeks in his suspension that he is currently serving, according to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports.
Since the Dolphins and Incognito agreed to extend the suspension, that means the team will now have until Week 15 to determine Incognito’s fate.
They will either need to reinstate Incognito for the final two weeks or the season or they will need to cut him loose and hand him his walking papers. Whether or not he gets released remains to be seen, but all signs point to Incognito being released.