Richie Incognito could be returning to the NFL and staying in the state of Florida.
According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are set to bring the former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman in for a visit.
Glazer states that “if all goes well,” the Buccaneers could offer a contract.
The report reads:
Breaking: The Bucs are bringing Richie Incognito in for a visit today, could sign him if visit goes well. Incognito has not been to a facility since being suspended by Dolphins last year as center of Jonathan Martin bullying scandal
Incognito could boost the team’s offensive line, but the Buccaneers will need to determine whether or not they think he has taken care of his own problems off the field first.
If that is the case and Incognito is in playing shape, it would make sense for the Buccaneers to give Incognito a go.
Jamon Meredith and Oneil Cousins are currently slated to start for Tampa Bay, so there is definitely room for improvement along the offensive front — especially if the team plans to pound the rock all season long with star running back Doug Martin.