Unwanted by the team that drafted him or the team that claimed him on waivers when the team that drafted him cut him after his latest in-game meltdown, guard Richie Incognito might have a new team.
He visited with the Dolphins on Tuesday, and his stay has been held over to Wednesday.
“I had a great visit,” Incognito told Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald. “I had a great
feel for it. I’m just hanging around town to see if we can get something
The Dolphins don’t seem to be troubled by Incognito’s history of personal fouls and other angry displays during games. Possibly because Incognito accepts responsibility for his actions.
“It comes down to me being accountable for my emotions on the field,”
Incognito said. “It’s not time to place blame anywhere else, except
squarely on my shoulders.
“It’s something I have to take
care of. That’s the message I’m trying to convey. I’m willing to explore
all options to help myself get to a better place.”