Oct 27, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito (68) blocks against the New England Patriots during the second quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Rumors: Richie Incognito wants to return to Miami Dolphins in 2014


The Miami Dolphins need some help on their offensive line, but it’s not just for the traditional reason of being awful at blocking guys who want to sack your quarterback. While that’s a motivating factor for the Dolphins to get better in 2014, another reason is that their offensive line didn’t protect one of its own and instead bullied him into hiding and away from football.

Richie Incognito is seen as the ringleader of the bullying scandal that rocked the Dolphins locker room, but he doesn’t want to lose his job with the team and have to play somewhere else. Rosh Lowe from WSNV-TV in Miami spoke with Incognito who told him that returning to the Dolphins is his number one goal.

 “Returning to the Dolphins was my number one goal from the time I got suspended. … I want to return to the community in Miami and resume my playing career as soon as possible.”

It’s unclear if the Dolphins will be bringing back the man who embarrassed their entire organization by being a meathead, but it might not be out of the question. It’s a low chance that he returns, but with Jonathan Martin traded to San Francisco, Incognito might get a chance to redeem himself.

We probably shouldn’t hold out breath though.

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  • Duncan Webb

    No, just no! Miami is trying to move on from the bullying “scandal” and the HUGE embarrassment of having one of the worst offensive lines in NFL history (58 sacks given up), Incognito should move on as well. People keep forgetting that, and are defending either Martin or Incognito. Miami`s offensive line SUCKED last season; Shula would`ve never tolerated surrendering 58 sacks!