Richie Incognito is due to become a free agent, but he would prefer to return to the only NFL team willing to take a chance on him after spending more than a season out of football after a 2013 bullying scandal.
"I don't want to go anywhere," the veteran guard said Monday as he and his Buffalo Bills teammates cleaned out their lockers for the offseason. "I want to be here, definitely. I love the attitude of the city of Buffalo. I think I'm a Buffalo guy, I'm a hard-working guy. I come to work every day, I play a physical brand of football.
"I love it here. My teammates have been great, the organization's been great. They've had my back the entire time, so my preference is to be here. But with that being said, obviously there's a business side to things and we've got to work some things out."
Incognito said there have been no negotiations yet between his agent, David Dunn, and the Bills.
"It'll kind of take on a life of its own," Incognito said. "The offseason has its own flow and (the Bills) will reach out to Dave and they'll start talking. (Whether he is re-signed) is a decision I'll leave up to the business people. When my agent says it's right, it's right. I play football, they handle business."