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Richie Incognito placed on involuntary psychiatric hold in Florida

26 May 2018

"As far as Richie's situation specifically, I'm not going to get into any specifics at this point".

Incognito was an All-Big 12 pick in 2003 but was kicked off the team by new head coach Bill Callahan in the fall of 2004.

That launched an inquiry that lasted months by NFL-appointed investigator Ted Wells, who determined that Pouncey, Incognito and Jerry engaged in a pattern of abuse. "I can't have anybody in blue tooth capability of me or taking pictures of me".

When officers approached him, Incognito told them he was "running NSA class level 3 documents through my phone" and didn't have to explain himself to officers because they didn't have enough clearance, according to the incident report.

A man called 911, claiming Incognito attacked him.

The report also states that Incognito took the over-the-counter supplement "Shroom Tech", his hands were shaking, his speech was erratic and that he would "suddenly jump up and move locations without warning". 'Obviously he was not doing well this morning and took it out on me a little bit'.

Sources also told TMZ that Incognito had been acting odd at the gym the previous day, but did not become violent.

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Per TMZ Sports, the National Football League offensive lineman was accused of throwing a dumbbell at a man, and police officers placed him on an involuntary psychiatric hold for a mental evaluation.

I "certainly appreciate all he did for this organization and then my, as I was here last year, just one year of his career with the Buffalo Bills and what he meant to us and what he meant to me".

The Bills also asked Incognito to take a pay cut in restructuring the final year of his contract.

The Bills reacted to Incognito's stated intentions by placing him on their reserve/retired list, but he reportedly began feeling that he wanted to play again once teams began offseason training sessions.

Just two days after the Bills released him, the offensive lineman is in a mental health facility. He spoke about his various struggles with anger management and depression in a 2013 interview with Jeff Darlington of NFL.com after the Jonathan Martin bullying scandal.

Incognito was suspended and eventually dropped from the Dolphins.

Richie Incognito placed on involuntary psychiatric hold in Florida