Incognito headed to Pro Bowl as injury replacement

AP

Richie Incognito was out of the NFL in 2014 in the wake of a bullying incident.

He was back in 2015 with the Bills, and now he’s going to the Pro Bowl.

Incognito, 32, previously made the Pro Bowl with the Dolphins in 2012. He said in December he was playing the best football of his career with the Bills, for whom he started all 16 games at left guard.

The Bills ran the ball well in 2015, and Incognito joins Bills center Eric Wood in the Pro Bowl. Wood and Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor were announced as Pro Bowl injury replacements earlier Monday.

Incognito replaces Cardinals guard Mike Iupati.

24 responses to “Incognito headed to Pro Bowl as injury replacement

  1. Incognito has really improved himself and his game…..hard to believe all that nonsense was given so much attention and press.

  2. Ritchie is a ProBowl lineman, Most every year, Very sad as a Dolphins fan That He is gone.. And the mouth who said he bullied his way in, We are clearly aware You were bullied as a Kid, Maybe You will Teach Your Kid How to stand up for himself!!! Otherwise.. You will have a David Martin Kid!!!

  3. He played well enough that he should have been a starter in the Pro Bowl this year, he was consistently good all year long in both pass and run protection.

  4. Richie was another victim of Ted Wells and his hitman fact finding manifesto’s. Jonathan Martin knew he wasn’t an NFL caliber player and cried wolf before he got demoted and ultimately quit.

    Way to go Richie, and as a Dolphins fan I miss you.

    P.S. Pathetic behavior on the part of Philbin and all of the front office. They should have supported a loyal player.

  5. Martin is indeed out of the league.

    Looks like Richie has worked out a lot of his problems. Less beaten up luxury cars this year. Keep it up, Richie.

  6. He deserves it, had a great season. I still think he got a raw deal due to that bullying nonsense.

  7. senatorblutarsky
    Jan 25, 2016, 8:07 PM EST

    He should be headed to prison

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    By your username it is apparent just as many of our foolish politicians you believe everything that someone tells without being able to think for yourself.

    Richie was commended by rookie Miller and his other line mates for his help and leadership.

    Bullies or abusive type of personalities find it very difficult to alter their behavior because it is their basic characteristics.

    Therefore if Richie was as bad a person as we were told or led to believe he would have slipped up and had his true color show.

    That didn’t happen so as an educated person I believe the story was blown out of proportion

  8. Every other player who gets an invite to the Pro Bowl by reason of injury get the headline, “First Name Last Name Earns Pro Bowl Berth.”

    But Incognito gets in, and it’s “Incognito Headed to Pro Bowl as Injury Replacement” — as if he’s undeserving scum who lamed his way in.

  9. paulieorkid
    Jan 25, 2016, 9:16 PM EST
    Every other player who gets an invite to the Pro Bowl by reason of injury get the headline, “First Name Last Name Earns Pro Bowl Berth.”

    But Incognito gets in, and it’s “Incognito Headed to Pro Bowl as Injury Replacement” — as if he’s undeserving scum who lamed his way in.

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    Pretty sure he ran over your linebacker, kicked out your defensive end or buried your sorry safety leading the NUMBER 1 running game of NFL. But stick to your lame theory it might hold water in your world.

  10. I bet any money Brady would had loved to have Richie protecting him yesterday with that line he had in front of him

  11. Settle down Chris — it doesn’t look like you understand what I was trying to say with my “lame theory.”

  12. paulieorkid,

    You’re right I missed it, sorry just get pissed reading foolish comments especially regarding players many know nothing about.

  13. Incognito was bullied out of the league for a year by the PC media while everyone on the Dolphins seemed to have his back. Can we expect an apology anytime soon?

  14. Never see a headline about Richie Incognito that I don’t think we’re about to discuss one of Goodell’s undercover sting operations.

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