Ngakoue accuses Incognito of racial slurs

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Controversial Bills offensive lineman Richie Incognito, who was suspended by the league four years ago due to the Jonathan Martin bullying scandal, once again finds himself the target of allegations by another NFL player.

Via TheBigLead.com, Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue has accused Incognito of using racial slurs during Sunday’s game in Jacksonville.

“Great win to day!” Ngakoue said on Twitter. “And [Incognito], you goin have to come harder than some weak racist slurs. I’m proud of my African heritage, as are 70% of the other Black players in this league.”

Ngakoue doesn’t specify the terms allegedly used by Incognito, and Incognito has not yet responded via Twitter. Since the Jaguars’ season will continue this week, Ngakoue surely will be asked about the situation by reporters.

A league investigation conducted in connection with the Martin situation in Miami concluded in 2014 that Incognito and other Dolphins directed “racial slurs and other racially derogatory language” at a Japanese-born assistant trainer.

Given Incognito’s history, the NFL undoubtedly will gather more information about the things Incognito allegedly said.

20 responses to “Ngakoue accuses Incognito of racial slurs

  1. Richie’s behavior dating back to high school is certainly consistent with this. His roid rage ifused outbursts dating back to his high school days are well documented. We obviously remember him admitting to calling Jonathon Martin the N word several times. His father is one of the leaders of a Glendale, Az Alt-Right Nationalist group. His fathers social media account was full of questionable comments, pictures and anti-Semitic banter. I mean, honestly, are we really surprised?

  2. I was hoping he had changed after that whole Jonathan Martin thing. Maybe he did or did not say it, but unfortunately with a history like his you don’t get much in the way of benefit of the doubt.

  3. Richie just being Richie. He’s been like this his whole career but the NFL will turn a blind eye to this. Lots of players say things to rile their opponents on the field. We have a President who delights in riling his opponents on twitter. There’s not really a big difference.

  4. Can anyone say that they’re surprised? This turd has been a cancer on every team he’s ever been on. No wonder the jills were the only ones who would sign him.

  5. Interesting indeed.

    So with 22 guys all milling around each other between plays, or with all the guys in the trenches in close quarters, plus the fact guys have to yell to hear each other, no one else can corroborate this??? No one else heard?

    Did Incognito pull him aside in private on the field somehow? And no cameras caught this on a field where every inch is covered 100%?

    And after all that Incognito went through in public after the Dolphins stuff…. he just decided to start doing it again? Really? Hey, maybe the man really is that dumb.

    But….

    I’m sorry but it’s hard to believe.

    And if it can’t be proven, then Ngakoue needs to be suspended.

    All reading this, do you believe in true justice regarding racial issues? Then that would call for punishment for those who aren’t telling the truth about racial claims, shouldn’t it?

  6. Richie, Richie, Richie. It was only a matter of time AGAIN. You are just a nasty human being. Maybe this time they will just keep you out of the league that you begged to come back to. Pathetic.

  7. Given the Jags’ recent history of post-play penalties, there’s a real good chance Incognito was just trying to get Ngakoue to commit some stupid penalty. I wouldn’t read too much into this. And by the way, I’m a Jag fan and a Yannick Ngakoue fan and no fan of Richie Incognito.

  8. Let me just preface this by saying I am not a BIll’s fan, but I have a very very hard time believing Incognito was throwing around racial slurs in a derogatory manner while on the field with an overwhelming MAJORITY OF BLACK PLAYERS, Maybe he was just running his mouth & said something in a non derogatory manner, but I doubt he made comments in a derogatory insulting manner.

  9. marty2020 says:

    January 8, 2018 at 5:56 am

    Given the Jags’ recent history of post-play penalties, there’s a real good chance Incognito was just trying to get Ngakoue to commit some stupid penalty. I wouldn’t read too much into this. And by the way, I’m a Jag fan and a Yannick Ngakoue fan and no fan of Richie Incognito.
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    Doesn’t make it right though

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