RAGE BOY: Incognito Becomes NFL’s No. 1 Villain

Published on November 6, 2013

Even before the ugly allegations emerged of Richie Incognito bullying teammate Jonathan Martin, the Dolphins offensive lineman was far from, er, incognito.

The nine-year pro — born in Englewood, N.J., and raised in Glendale, Ariz. — had developed a nasty reputation as a dirty player prone to fits of violence on and off the field.

Here’s a look at Incognito’s lowlights through the years, from college at Nebraska through a journeyman career in the pros to his current banishment from the NFL ranks:


Fall 2002: Ejected from Nebraska’s game against Penn State for fighting. Was suspended for the first half of a game against Iowa State the following week.

Spring 2003: Suspended by former Nebraska coach Frank Solich for unspecified reasons.

Feb. 2004: Charged with three counts of assault stemming from a fight at a party. Found guilty of one misdemeanor assault charge after a three-day trial and paid a $500 fine.

Sept. 2004: Suspended from Nebraska. Withdrew from university two weeks later. Two weeks after leaving Nebraska, enrolled at Oregon.

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