Buffalo Bills Offensive Lineman Retiring Prematurely
The Buffalo Bills offensive line went from bad to worse Tuesday as apparently Richie Incognito has decided that he's going to be retiring from the NFL effective immediately.
Buffalo already lost their center, Eric Wood to a career-ending injury that forced him to retirement, and now they're going to have to basically revamp their line from scratch after this news.
The news was first reported by Peter King of Sports Illustrated and then elaborated on by Vic Carucci who writes for the Buffalo News:
Incognito has been dealing with injuries throughout his career stating that at the end of this season he went to his doctor to get checked out for various ailments and it wasn't good.
We hope nothing for the best for Incognito in his post-NFL life and hope that he can recover from everything that's been plaguing him as he retires at the age of 34.
Athlete's always talk about wanting to go out on the top of their game and Richie is basically doing that. The Bills line might not have been stellar but he sure was over the past three seasons. This is how he graded out since 2015:
It'll be a shame to see him go and no matter what he'll always be best known for allegedly harassing Jonathan Martin when playing for the Miami Dolphins....