Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito says he's retiring

Lawrence Cooper
April 12, 2018

Shortly after Richie Incognito announced that he was going to retire on Tuesday, McCoy took to Instagram to try and bribe his former teammate out of retirement, and by bribe, I mean he offered him $300,000.

However, Incognito told Sports Illustrated that he would come back for one more season "at the right price".

Last Thursday, Incognito apparently fired his agents via tweet, writing to the account of Athletes First, "You are Fired!" My liver and kidneys are shutting down.

Earlier, The MMQB reported he was still in talks with Buffalo about his contract and has until Sunday to change his mind - read differently, the Bills have until Sunday to offer him enough money to stay. "It's been a long career", Incognito told the Buffalo News.

Incognito initially backed his restructured contract by posting a note on Twitter saying he was "thrilled to be returning this season and fired up to get back to work with my Buffalo Bills brothers".

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"I'm done. That's it", Incognito told The News.

Incognito, 34, has played 11 National Football League seasons, reaching the Pro Bowl in 2012 as a Dolphin and 2015, 2016 and 2017 as a Bill. Incognito said he approached Ngakoue at the Pro Bowl and apologized.

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.

Incognito, who turns 35 in July, made the Pro Bowl four times, including three times with the Bills. Heading into his age-30 season, McCoy finds himself with a franchise that seems to be rebuilding, though the same thing was said past year and the Bills ultimately squeaked into the playoffs.

The Bills traded left tackle Cordy Glenn to the Cincinnati Bengals, and center Eric Wood retired.

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