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Jul 21, 2013; Davie, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito (68) during training camp at the Doctors Hospital Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

Incognito Wants To Finish His Career In Miami


Apparently the stint in mental rehabilitation didn’t help Richie Incognito see the real world through the trees.  Richie has been active on Twitter again and has said that he wants to return to the Miami Dolphins and finish his career.  Sorry Richie, while you would play a big role on the offensive line there is no way you will return to Miami.  Barring of course a change in ownership and coaches.

The Miami Dolphins really couldn’t bring him back if they wanted to.  The firing of head trainer Kevin O’Neill puts a stop to that.  There is no justification to rehire the guy that caused so much controversy internally after firing a trainer who laughed along with him.  It’s not going to happen and the fact that Richie Incognito wants to publicly say he wants to return makes you shake your head.

Incognito will find a football team that will line him up.  He will finish his NFL career on another team and will play well but it won’t be in Miami.  The media knows this.  The Miami Dolphins know this.  Dolphins fans know this.  Hopefully Richie knows this too and was simply expressing his desire to show there are not hard feelings.

Speaking of Kevin O’Neill, the Dolphins are currently interviewing candidates for his replacement.  There are three the team is speaking with.

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    He did, finish his career in Miami

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  • Gregory Hutchinson

    Yea, concerning Richie Incognito’s desire to come back & finish his career with the Dolphins, I just don’t see it happening even though I don’t agree with it. Im not commending Richie’s behavior nor am I throwing him under the bus either. When all this came to light, most if not all the players were siding with Richie not to say they were right r wrong either. But it seems like this has been blowed out of proportion, no excuse me, THIS HAS BEEN BLOWED WAY OUT OF PROPORTION. Were not talking about someone who has commited a crime here people, we are talking about someone who might have been wrong in the way he was carrying on with this player & that shouldn’t have happen. But this is a person who shouldn’t be spurned from his former team because of his inner actions with another player that was carrying on himself with this sort of talk. Again this is not about who was wrong or right, its about what sort of punishment & how should a guy be perceived by his team mates who has did this, & would they like him back as not only a player but as a person also. Ritchie had a many of people come to his(black & whites) defense & that speaks volumes in how this should b approached & wether or not Miami should consider it. But the 1st thing Miami should do as an organization is speak with the players on the team & ask them for their input. And if the players who came to his defense in the 1st place or good with & I hear they are it I think you do it. I think standing up a player should be seen as being just as noble if not more so than just kicking one to the curb because everyone but the ones who matter say you should. Here’s an idea, if the MIAMI DOLPHINS believe Ritchie has been missed perceived as a person by the public or anyone for that matter you make him a Dolphin & welcome him back !!!!