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Richie Incognito signed by Bills    

The Buffalo Bills have signed Richie Incognito, the veteran offensive lineman who's been out of the NFL since a race and bullying scandal derailed his career with the Miami Dolphins in 2012.

The Buffalo Bills have signed Richie Incognito, the veteran offensive lineman who’s been out of the NFL since a race and bullying scandal derailed his career with the Miami Dolphins in 2012.

Bills management announced they had signed Incognito today in a statement, though details weren’t included. ESPN reported that the deal was for one year at $2.25 million, according to unnamed sources. 


Incognito hasn’t played football since Week 8 of 2013. He was suspended after being accused of harassing and hazing fellow offensive lineman Jonathan Martin, who is black. The NFL investigation into those allegations revealed a vulgar voicemail Incognito left for Martin that included use of the n-word; in a television interview with Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, Incognito acknowledged it was his voice on the recording but denied he was a racist.

Martin now plays for the San Francisco 49ers. Incognito didn’t play last season.