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Richie Incognito has apparently returned to retirement again. The former Buffalo Bills guard made the announcement in a Twitter video he posted to promote his role as a national ambassador for Boo2Bullying, an anti-bullying organization in Los Angeles. "The last 14, 23 years this is who you've seen. Richard Incognito reporting for duty," he said. "Now that the NFL ch…

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Former Bills offensive lineman Richie Incognito has been named a national ambassador for an anti-bullying organization in Los Angeles. In a news release from the non-profit Boo2Bullying, Incognito says he was bullied in high school. "When I was young, I was a pretty big guy and I always felt out of place growing up," he said. "Most people don't know, but I was actual…

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Josh Allen posed for the first time with his No. 17 jersey as Friday's sun dipped below New Era Field's upper deck. He posed with his father, his girlfriend and fellow first-round draft choice Tremaine Edmunds. Then the Buffalo Bills front office arrived. Allen stood alongside Terry and Kim Pegula, General Manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott. Allen beamed …

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Former Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin was detained Friday in Southern California after a social media post that depicted a shotgun and shell casings and included the Twitter names of several people, including Bills lineman Richie Incognito, according to reports. “When you’re a bully victim & a coward, your options are suicide or revenge,” Martin wro…

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Bills left guard Richie Incognito said Wednesday that he has declined to speak with Jonathan Martin since the 2013 bullying scandal despite Martin's attempts to get in touch. "He’s reached out and tried to speak a few times, but I have nothing to say," Incognito told Miami reporters on a conference call. "I think the story’s kind of played itself out. Jonathan and I …

Richie Incognito is approaching his chance with the Buffalo Bills as the last one he'll ever get. Incognito, in text messages to NFL Network reporter Jeff Darlington, provided insight into the conversations that preceded the Bills' decision to sign the polarizing figure at the core of the 2013 bullying scandal that engulfed the Miami Dolphins. Incognito explained he and …

At his introductory news conference last month, Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan declared "we're going to build a bully." He wasn't lying. ESPN has reported Richie Incognito, the offensive guard at the epicenter of the Miami Dolphins' 2013 bullying scandal, will be at One Bills Drive on Saturday for a physical. A source close to Ryan informed The Buffalo News the physical i…