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#16 Mojo

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 04:47 PM

we need him in carolina to bring some nastiness to our locker room am i right

 

oh goodness gosh no.



#17 TbTeRRoR

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 04:52 PM

sign him! the best tackler   I've seen since Joe Montana!



#18 TylerVagyler

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 05:08 PM

How are people still saying Incognito is the bad guy in this stupid story? Sure, he and Martin shared some vulgar texts but this whole thing is Martin's fault and he's just letting his friend get destroyed. Like someone else said, I understand why Incognito would be upset at this point. He's worked his entire life to get into the nfl and now his job is in jeopardy over his friend not sticking up for him.

Jonathan Martin might be going through some personal problems but he shouldn't be dragging his friend along with him.

#19 Happy Panther

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 06:05 PM

I’m ready to move on with my life and career.

 

Doesn't seem like it...



#20 Mr. Scot

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 06:35 PM

How are people still saying Incognito is the bad guy in this stupid story? Sure, he and Martin shared some vulgar texts but this whole thing is Martin's fault and he's just letting his friend get destroyed. Like someone else said, I understand why Incognito would be upset at this point. He's worked his entire life to get into the nfl and now his job is in jeopardy over his friend not sticking up for him.

Jonathan Martin might be going through some personal problems but he shouldn't be dragging his friend along with him.


Do you really think this is Incognito's first issue?

If so, you might wanna do a little reading.

(Hint: He was a colossal dumbass long before this story broke)

#21 MaineManPanther

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 07:30 PM

If his side of the story turns out to be true then how can anyone be critical of his reaction?
If somebody ruined my name, my reputation, made me lose my job and potentially future job opportunities , and caused me to be criticized and judged by tens of millions of individuals for something a friend made up or misconstrued then I dare say I would be completely justified if blowing off some steam wether that would be in tweets or private.

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 01:02 AM

Do you really think this is Incognito's first issue?

If so, you might wanna do a little reading.

(Hint: He was a colossal dumbass long before this story broke)

 

His past has nothing to do with the facts regarding the story though at this point. I am fully aware of his past (just as I'm sure any NFL enthusiast is at this point of the debacle) and I feel that after reading the text messages that Incognito is somewhat justified in calling Martin a pussy-ass bitch in the public forum. Martin's frame job on Incognito is visible to anyone with half a brain and an internet connection.

 

I mean, Martin totally is a spineless little beta-male who deserves nothing short of an old-fashioned ass whooping from a serious alpha-male in Richie Incognito. But hey, I'm one of those people who vigorously supports NFL players with abusive language coupled with violent behavior.



#23 MadHatter

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 08:27 AM

sign him! the best tackler   I've seen since Joe Montana!

 

That's Joe Montanya



#24 MadHatter

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 08:28 AM

If his side of the story turns out to be true then how can anyone be critical of his reaction?
If somebody ruined my name, my reputation, made me lose my job and potentially future job opportunities , and caused me to be criticized and judged by tens of millions of individuals for something a friend made up or misconstrued then I dare say I would be completely justified if blowing off some steam wether that would be in tweets or private.

Incognito had done that LONG before this incident.



#25 neverlosethefeeling

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 09:04 AM

The scumbag apple doesn't fall far from the scumbag tree apparently.

 

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Some quality investigative work concludes this may be Richie Incognito's father.

 

User "TheWalrus" decided to go back and look at idrd1994's post history, and found something interesting. idrd1994 "only talks about the offensive line, praises Jeff Darlington (who Richie 'trusted' to write the big feature on Richie) and constantly refers to Jason Smith, the legendary #2 overall draft pick bust of the Rams, who was taken when Incognito was there."

Then, more sleuthwork. TheWalrus found another post of idrd1994's where he talks about growing up in New Jersey and watching the Jets play at Shea Stadium. Richie Incognito was born in New Jersey, but after the Jets had already moved. Not too young to have seen the Jets play in Queens? Richie Incognito Sr., an active poster (under a different name) on Nebraska message boards when Richie Jr. played for the Huskers.

A Google search for "idrd1994" turns up a number of posts on RC car message boards, from a user claiming to live in Arizona—where the Incognitos moved when Richie Jr. was 11. "idrd1994" is also a profile on MyLife.com, registered under one Richie Incognito, age 63, from Glendale, Ariz.

Update: Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald spoke to the FinHeaven board administrator. idrd1994 registered with a date of birth of 12/14/1949, which matches Richie Incognito Sr.'s birthday.

idrd1994 has—at least according to what's accessible on the site—a brief but focused posting history on FinHeaven. His first few posts, beginning on Oct. 9, were all about the Miami offensive line. Then, on Nov. 2, when it emerged that the NFLPA was asked to investigate Martin's claims,

NFLPA IS NOT TOUCHING THIS WITH A TEN FOOT POLE. It will come out, Martin has tried to kill himself three previous times. The team is silent because they all know about it, from Ross on down to Ireland and Philbin. If anybody has seen the latest news the NFLPA has decided not to look into the case. Jonathan Martin has had mental issues since College, it will all come out int he wash gentleman, believe me.

On Nov. 3, after Incognito was suspended,

This is a joke, suspend an honest player for a drug addict and a player that tried to kill himself three times. Complete ****in utter BS and this team is just covering their ass. What a friggin joke. Strange only coments are from Zuckerman and not Martin himself. Irleand and Philbin should be ashamed of themselves, this is a ****in joke. Suspend a pro bowl player for a player that does not even belong in the NFL. FUKIN JOKE its all going to come out in the wash and Ireland should be ****in hung because he , philbin and everyone else knew Martin did drugs and attempted suicide three times. But hey, the regular people will never hear that right ? ****IN JOKE FOLKS, ****IN JOKE.

 

Full deadspin article here: http://deadspin.com/...on-m-1457997230



#26 footballisasport

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 09:05 AM

I understand why. If you read his final texts to Martin that were released he pleaded with him to come forward because the media were killing him an he may lose his job. Martin, on advice of counsel I'm sure, has kept quiet while Richie fries.

All I'm saying is I can understand where he's coming from if this guy you thought was a friend is keeping quiet while you are getting cast in a VERY unfavorable light. Especially in today's guilty until proven innocent society.

Granted I don't know the whole story, but based off the info I've seen I can understand, not condone, but understand the rage and where his frustration is coming from.



First off, didn't Judas call Jesus "friend" until the kiss?

Guys like Incognito seem like they don't take responsibility for their actions because they believe they are doing what others ask of them. He fits the mold of a bully all the way.

So far the only person who has come in Icognito's defense was the Dolphins player who believe there is no "big deal in using the N word" because it's no big deal and the history associated with the word is in the past. When I heard him say that I knew Icognito clearly sees his behavior as being okay.

No one else has stepped up and defended Incognito but instead they portray him to be the ranting spoiled brat that he is.

Also, the media hasn't been to kind to Martin either. They have painted him as a punk and shouldn't be trusted, but no one seem to be making much of that.

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 09:09 AM

His past has nothing to do with the facts regarding the story though at this point. I am fully aware of his past (just as I'm sure any NFL enthusiast is at this point of the debacle) and I feel that after reading the text messages that Incognito is somewhat justified in calling Martin a pussy-ass bitch in the public forum. Martin's frame job on Incognito is visible to anyone with half a brain and an internet connection.

 

I mean, Martin totally is a spineless little beta-male who deserves nothing short of an old-fashioned ass whooping from a serious alpha-male in Richie Incognito. But hey, I'm one of those people who vigorously supports NFL players with abusive language coupled with violent behavior.

 

Must be a big Ben Roethlisberger fan, then.

 

Incognito is a locker room cancer and has been since his college days.  At no prior stop have his own teammates even wanted him back.



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Posted 14 February 2014 - 09:53 AM

That's Joe Montanya

That'd what I said!



#29 Machete

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 10:23 AM

Must be a big Ben Roethlisberger fan, then.

 

Incognito is a locker room cancer and has been since his college days.  At no prior stop have his own teammates even wanted him back.

 

No doubt he will be judged by some people, but again, his history has nothing to do with the facts of this specific debacle.



#30 MaineManPanther

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 10:25 AM

Incognito had done that LONG before this incident.


There's a fairly big difference between having a damaged rep for being a dirty punk around NFL circles and being considered a racist bully scum to most of America.

Yes he certainly didn't have a name/rep that was anywhere near pristine, but I also wouldn't have called it ruined and certainly not anywhere close to what people think of him now.


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