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EFF not happy with Chromebooks. In , Incognito redshirted at the University of Nebraska. He played in all 14 games, starting 13 at left tackle and posted the second-highest season pancake total in Husker history with At the same time, though, Incognito began displaying the behavioral problems that would follow him throughout his career.

During a practice early in the season, he hit walk-on lineman Jack Limbaugh from behind, prompting Limbaugh to stomp off the field in disgust. Two weeks later, he was ejected for picking a fight in a blowout loss to Penn State. In the spring of , Incognito was involved in a fight during practice and was suspended indefinitely by head coach Frank Solich.

By this time, Solich and his staff were concerned enough about Incognito's behavior to send him to the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas for anger management treatment. He was rewarded with a first-team All- Big 12 selection by the Associated Press.

In February , Incognito was involved in a fight at a party and was charged with three counts of assault. Incognito was shifted to center during the preseason camp. He entered the season with high expectations, listed on a number of preseason lists as a top center and named to the watch list for the Rimington Trophy going to the best center in college football. The final straw for new coach Bill Callahan came when Incognito was once again involved in a fight in the locker room.

Within a few weeks, Incognito withdrew from all classes at Nebraska and left Lincoln. In late September, he transferred to the University of Oregon , only to be dismissed from the team a week later. Head coach Mike Bellotti said Incognito failed to meet the conditions he had agreed to meet before his arrival in Eugene.

Bellotti didn't elaborate, but Incognito had been required to complete an anger-management course and adhere to a strict code of conduct.

At the NFL Combine , Incognito impressed scouts by being "the strongest and most explosive player in attendance". However, during a drill, Incognito stumbled and was carted off the field with a knee injury.

Pioli had long been known for drafting players with checkered pasts. Incognito was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the third round of the draft 81st overall. Incognito started all 16 games at three different positions, due to injuries and illness to the Rams' offensive line. That year, he blocked for an offense which produced a 4,yard passer, a 1,yard rusher, and two 1,yard receivers, one of only four offenses in NFL history to accomplish the feat.

Incognito played and started at the right guard position for four games after being inactive for the first four weeks of the season. In early November, Incognito suffered a knee injury that forced him to miss the remainder of season. Incognito started 15 games at right guard for the Rams, also seeing some playing time at center.

The last penalty was not called during the game, but was detected on a video review. Incognito's behavior nearly led to a loss after he was called for a yard personal foul penalty before the eventual game-winning field goal. Incognito was part of an offensive line that allowed 45 sacks.

Although this was still among the league's 10 worst in terms of sacks allowed, it was the fewest allowed by the Rams since Following the season, Incognito became a restricted free agent , although he continued to work out with the Rams during the off-season. On December 13, during the first half of a 47—7 loss to the Tennessee Titans , Incognito drew two yard penalties for headbutting Titans players. Head coach Steve Spagnuolo benched him for the second half, and the two got into a heated confrontation on the sidelines.

It was the second time Incognito had been benched for losing his composure; he had been pulled from the season opener against Seattle for two personal fouls.

However, the Titans incident was the last straw; the Rams waived him two days after the game. Incognito was claimed by the Buffalo Bills off waivers on December 16, with the Miami Dolphins also submitting a claim. On March 17, , Incognito signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins. In , the Dolphins signed Incognito to a one-year deal in order to help strengthen their offensive line. Incognito started all 16 games of the season playing left guard and center.

In , the Dolphins re-signed Incognito, this time to a three-year deal. Incognito started 15 games and allowed just 1. Incognito started all 16 games of the season at the left guard position. On November 3, , the Dolphins suspended Incognito for misconduct related to the treatment of teammate Jonathan Martin , who left the team a week earlier. Incognito's conduct was said to be detrimental to the team.

He was ranked the second overall guard and the number one left guard in the NFL by the metrics website Pro Football Focus. Following the season, he was elected to his second Pro Bowl , this time as a replacement.

On December 19, , Incognito was named to his fourth Pro Bowl after starting all 16 games at left guard. Incognito also expressed dissatisfaction with a contract restructuring that would have kept him with the Bills in , noting that he had given the Bills until April 15 to give him an offer worthy of him putting off his retirement for one more season.

He indicated that he refused to play for the Bills and demanded he be released from his contract; the Bills responded that he would have to contact league commissioner Roger Goodell if he wanted to be removed from the retired list. On November 3, Mike Garafolo reported on Fox Sports 1 that Incognito is alleged to have sent Martin threatening and racially charged messages. He also reported that the team and league—rather than the players' association—has been asked to investigate.

According to La Canfora, Incognito's alleged harassment of Martin had gotten to the point that Martin actually feared for his safety, and felt that leaving the team was his only option. Just hours after the Dolphins' game against the Cincinnati Bengals , the Dolphins suspended Incognito indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team.

The Dolphins also asked the NFL to join their own internal investigation of the matter. Until then, the Dolphins had publicly maintained the charges against Incognito were pure speculation. Schefter said that as late as the afternoon of November 3, the Dolphins didn't even know the voicemail existed. Within hours of hearing the tape, Schefter said, the Dolphins had suspended Incognito. On November 5, the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel quoted "multiple sources" as saying that Incognito may have taken orders from Dolphins coaches to "toughen up" Martin too far.

The Sun-Sentinel reported that the controversial voice mail message that ultimately led to Incognito's suspension was made after Martin missed two days of the team's voluntary workout program. The coaches asked Incognito—by this time, reckoned as the leader of the offensive line—to make a call that would "get him into the fold. Under the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, Incognito was initially slated to sit out for a maximum of four weeks.

At the end of that time, the Dolphins would have had to either release him or find some way to keep him off the field, given earlier statements that he would never appear in a Dolphins uniform again. However, the league and the Dolphins agreed to extend the suspension for another two weeks with pay. On December 16, the league and the Dolphins announced that Incognito would remain suspended for the remainder of the season.

On February 3, , the text messages exchanged between Martin and Incognito were leaked. It is thought that "the leak came from Incognito or someone close to him, because the text messages tend to support the notion that Incognito and Martin were friends. Moreover, nothing in the Incognito text messages suggests harassment or bullying of Martin.

The investigation concluded that Incognito, and to a lesser extent fellow offensive linemen John Jerry and Mike Pouncey , bullied Martin, yet another unnamed Dolphins offensive lineman, and also a Dolphins staff member, an unnamed assistant trainer. The report also concluded that Incognito, Jerry, and Pouncey made severe racial slurs towards the assistant trainer, and Incognito and Jerry even taunted him by saying that they had sex with his girlfriend. On December 7, , the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor , Incognito, Jerry and Pouncey donned traditional Japanese headbands featuring a rising sun emblem which the assistant trainer had given them and jokingly threatened to harm the assistant trainer physically in retaliation for the Pearl Harbor attack.

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