Former NFL player Bart Scott rips Dolphins’ Richie Incognito

Nov. 22, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets inside linebacker Bart Scott (57) reacts after a tackle against the New England Patriots during the first half on Thanksgiving at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Former NFL linebacker Bart Scott isn’t exactly the most endearing type of guy. He’s a loud mouth. Some think he played a bit dirty. He’s also never met a microphone he didn’t love, though, recently he used such a device to rip Richie Incognito of the Miami Dolphins, who is at the center of the NFL’s bullying controversy.

Scott, appearing on ESPN 98.7 decided to put Incognito on blast, suggesting that he’s a ‘fake tough guy’ and that Incognito ran like a coward when Scott attempted to fight him after a game:

Bart Scott in ESPN Radio in Richie Incognito: He’s a fake tough guy. One of the dirtiest players I’ve ever played against. Incognito ran like a coward like most bullies when I took a swing at him after a game.

Scott continued on, suggesting that nothing like that would have went on during his tenure in the Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets locker rooms.

Incognito is currently under suspension from the team. A return date has not bee announced.