Bills' Incognito says he's retiring: 'I'm done. That's it.'
- Author: Tabitha Byrd Apr 12, 2018,
Apr 12, 2018, 6:14
The Bills saved $1.675 million in cap space by restructuring Incognito's contract.
Incognito, 34, played for the Bills the past three seasons, earning a grade of 80.5 from Pro Football Focus a year ago, good for 12th among guards.
Meanwhile Incognito tweeted a cryptic message to the NFLPA and its president, George Atallah hinting that his career is over.More news: Excited about WrestleMania 34? Raw didn't help
"Has since fired his agents and now wants to reopen negotiations apparently". "Went to the doctor - my liver and kidneys are shutting down". The 2005 third-round pick forever will be known as the Bullygate villain, who allegedly harassed Dolphins teammate Jonathan Martin in 2013 until Martin quit the game.
Carucci asked Incognito if he would be changing his mind, and Incognito replied, "Absolutely not".
The Buffalo News quoted Incognito as saying, "I'm done".
Reportedly, Incognito told Bills reporter Vic Carucci, "I'm, done". Incognito already restructured his contract earlier in March, so he's locked into a contract anyway. Incognito said he approached Ngakoue at the Pro Bowl and apologized. It was heavily hinted at by Martin that he was bullied by the former Cornhusker because he was black. Over a 12-year career, the Buffalo Bills guard came to be regarded as one of the league's best run-blockers, but he was also frequently criticized for his behavior and spent a season and a half out of the NFL for his role in bullying a teammate.
Incognito, who turns 35 in July, made the Pro Bowl four times, including three times with the Bills. Center Eric Wood retired due to a neck injury, while left tackle Cordy Glenn was traded to the Cincinnati Bengals.