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Richie Incognito suspended by Miami Dolphins as NFL investigates …

4 November 2013 | 5:02 am The Miami Dolphins have suspended offensive lineman Richie Incognito indefinitely, as an investigation into the developing Jonathan Martin situation unfolds. NFL Network's Jeff Darlington was the first to report the news  http://nfl.si.com/2013/11/04/richie-incognito-suspended-miami-dolphins-jonathan-martin/

Richie Incognito suspended by Dolphins during Jonathan Martin …

4 November 2013 | 4:51 am The Miami Dolphins have suspended Pro Bowl guard Richie Incognito while the team and the NFL investigate his role into the abrupt departure of tackle Jonathan Martin from the team. The suspension is indefinite, according  http://www.thephinsider.com/2013/11/3/5063598/richie-incognito-suspended-by-dolphins-during-jonathan-martin

Dolphins suspend Richie Incognito | Miami Dolphins In Depth

4 November 2013 | 4:43 am The Dolphins this evening have suspended guard Richie Incognito, citing conduct detrimental to the team, in connection to allegations of harassment and bullying teammate Jonathan Martin. The Miami Dolphins have  http://miamiherald.typepad.com/dolphins_in_depth/2013/11/dolphins-suspend-richie-incognito.html

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  • JR says:

    Who Would Win If Every Division Fielded And All-Star Team And Why? I saw this on Nfl.com and found it interesting and i wanted to hear your peoples thoughts so heres roster for each roster

    AFC EAST
    Quarterback: Tom Brady
    Running back: C.J. Spiller
    Wide receivers: Stevie Johnson, Mike Wallace, Santonio Holmes
    Tight end: Rob Gronkowski
    Offensive tackles: D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Nate Solder
    Guards: Logan Mankins, Richie Incognito
    Center: Nick MangoldDEFENSE (4-3)Defensive ends: Mario Williams, Cameron Wake
    Defensive tackles: Vince Wilfork, Kyle Williams
    Outside linebackers: Jerod Mayo, David Harris
    Inside linebacker: Dannell Ellerbe
    Cornerback: Antonio Cromartie, Stephon Gilmore
    Safeties: Devin McCourty, Jairus Byrd

    AFC WEST
    Quarterback: Peyton Manning
    Running back: Jamaal Charles
    Wide receivers: Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker, Dwayne Bowe
    Tight end: Antonio Gates
    Offensive tackles: Ryan Clady, Brandon Albert
    Guards: Louis Vasquez, Geoff Schwartz
    Center: Nick HardwickDEFENSE (4-3)Defensive ends: Dwight Freeney, Tamba Hali
    Defensive tackles: Tyson Jackson, Corey Liuget
    Outside linebackers: Von Miller, Justin Houston
    Inside linebacker: Derrick Johnson
    Cornerback: Brandon Flowers, Champ Bailey
    Safeties: Eric Berry, Eric Weddle

    NFC EAST
    Quarterback: Robert Griffin III
    Running back: “Shady” McCoy
    Wide receivers: Dez Bryant, Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz
    Tight end: Jason Witten
    Offensive tackles: Jason Peters, Trent Williams
    Guards: Evan Mathis, Todd Herremans
    Center: Phil CostaDEFENSE (4-3)Defensive ends: DeMarcus Ware, Jason Pierre-Paul
    Defensive tackles: Jay Ratliff, Fletcher Cox
    Outside linebackers: Ryan Kerrigan, Anthony Spencer
    Inside linebacker: Sean Lee
    Cornerback: Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne
    Safeties: Antrel Rolle, Kenny Phillips

    NFC SOUTH
    Quarterback: Drew Brees
    Running back: Doug Martin
    Wide receivers: Julio Jones, Roddy White, Vincent Jackson
    Tight end: Jimmy Graham
    Offensive tackles: Donald Penn, Jordan Gross
    Guards: Carl Nicks, Jhari Evans
    Center: Ryan KalilDEFENSE (4-3)Defensive ends: Charles Johnson, Osi Umenyiora
    Defensive tackles: Gerald McCoy, Jonathan Babineaux
    Outside linebackers: Sean Weatherspoon, Lavonte David
    Inside linebacker: Luke Kuechly
    Cornerback: Darrelle Revis, Asante Samuel
    Safeties: Dashon Goldson, Thomas DeCoud

    AFC NORTH
    Quarterback: Ben Roethlisberger
    Running back: Ray Rice
    Wide receivers: A.J. Green, Torrey Smith, Antonio Brown
    Tight end: Heath Miller
    Offensive tackles: Joe Thomas, Andrew Whitworth
    Guards: Marshal Yanda, Kevin Zeitler
    Center: Maurkice PounceyDEFENSE (3-4)Defensive ends: Michael Johnson, Geno Atkins
    Defensive tackles: Haloti Ngata
    Outside linebackers: LaMarr Woodley, Terrell Suggs
    Inside linebacker: Lawrence Timmons, Vontaze Burfict
    Cornerback: Joe Haden, Ike Taylor
    Safeties: Troy Polamalu, Ryan Clark

    NFC NORTH
    Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers
    Running back: Adrian Peterson
    Wide receivers: Calvin Johnson, Brandon Marshall, Greg Jennings
    Tight end: Kyle Rudolph
    Offensive tackles: Jermon Bushrod, Matt Kalil
    Guards: Brandon Fusco, T.J. Lang
    Center: John SullivanDEFENSE (4-3)Defensive ends: Jared Allen, Julius Peppers
    Defensive tackles: Ndamukong Suh, Henry Melton
    Outside linebackers: Clay Matthews, Chad Greenway
    Inside linebacker: Stephen Tulloch
    Cornerback: “Peanut” Tillman, Sam Shields
    Safeties: Harrison Smith, Glover Quin

    NFC WEST
    Quarterback: Colin Kaepernick
    Running back: Marshawn Lynch
    Wide receivers: Larry Fitzgerald, Percy Harvin, Michael Crabtree
    Tight end: Vernon Davis
    Offensive tackles: Joe Staley, Russell Okung
    Guards: Mike Iupati, James Carpenter
    Center: Max UngerDEFENSE (3-4)Defensive ends: Chris Long, Darnell Dockett
    Defensive tackles: Justin Smith
    Outside linebackers: Aldon Smith, Daryl Washington
    Inside linebacker: NaVorro Bowman, Patrick Willis
    Cornerback: Patrick Peterson, Richard Sherman
    Safeties: Earl Thomas, Donte Whitner

    So what are your guys thoughts and why they would win

  • Oleg says:

    What Is Your All-NFL Team? Mine

    QB: Aaron Rodgers
    HB: Adrian Peterson
    FB: Vonta Leach
    WR: Calvin Johnson, AJ Green
    TE: Rob Gronkowski
    LT: Joe Thomas
    LG: Carl Nicks
    C: Scott Myers
    RG: Marshall Yanda
    RT: Eric Winston

    (3-4 defense)
    DE: JJ Watt
    NT: Vince Wilfork
    DE: Haloti Ngata
    OLB: Demarcus Ware
    ILB: Patrick Willis, Navorro Bowman
    OLB: Aldon Smith
    I’ll just take the whole Seahawks secondary minus Browner for Revis

    K: Blair Walsh
    P: Pat Mcafee

    KR/PR: Devin Hester

    • Curator says:

      Offense: West Coast
      QB: Eli Manning
      HB: Ray Rice
      FB: Peyton Hillis ( even though he is actually a Halfback )
      WR1: Andre Johnson
      WR2: Victor Cruz
      TE: Tony Gonzalez
      LT: Ryan Clady
      LG: Logan Mankins
      C: Jeff Saturday
      RG: Richie Incognito
      RT: Dwayne Brown

      Defense: 4-6 Defense
      RE: Jason Pierre-Paul
      DT: Justin Smith
      DT: Ndamukong Suh
      LE: Justin Tuck
      LOLB: Terrell Suggs
      MLB: Brian Urlacher
      ROLB: Clay Matthews
      CB1: Champ Bailey
      CB2: Charles Tillman
      FS: Ed Reed
      SS: Eric Berry

      Specail teams
      Kicker: Adam Vinanteiri
      Punter: Shane Lechler
      Kick Returner: Jacoby Jones

  • Anonymous says:

    What Does Steve Smith Need To Do In His Last Few Years To Make The Hall Of Fame? I think it goes without saying that the man is the toughest wide receiver in the league, borderline insane. He’s been absolutely unstoppable at times in his career, despite his size and I can argue that he’s the best receiver to ever play in the NFL at his height. That being said, its probably not enough for him to be the first Carolina Panther player to be inducted into the hall of fame. Smith means the world to Panther nation, it would be painful to see him retire without a ring. Here’s hoping Cam Newton can bring a championship to Carolina while Steve Smith is in his prime.

    10,278 career yards

    700 receptions

    0 Superbowl rings. Fix it Cam!

    Disclaimer: The question was inspired by Green 18.

    • Curator says:

      Thanks for the reference lol.

      I think he needs another couple of 1000 yard seasons and a decent playoff run or two. I love the guy. He doesnt take shit from anyone, and a 5’9 deep threat is unheard of. But still he manages to catch anything thrown his way. He’s a special little guy lol.

      @Chainsaw: Good point. I wouldve said Ward, but in my humble opinion, Ward is as dirty as a prostitute’s laundry. His blocking methods and technique rival Richie Incognito. Maybe Ward is ‘tougher’ in the hit or take a blow way, but Steve Smith is straight badass. If i was going to war and making an Army, Smith would be on the frontline. He’s got balls of steel, he’d pick a fight with a 6’7 lineman if he tried to push him around. Badazz should have Steve Smith as his profile picture.

  • Can We Chill About The Saints?When Pierre Thomas& Other Guys Got Knocked The Fuck Out, Didnt We Curse Goddell? Goddell has been ridiculed for fining dirty players heavily, with people saying its a ‘mans game’.
    Can the same not be said for the saints playing rough?
    Name 2 players the saints have actually injured long term.
    Name 2 Saints players dirtier than Richie Incognito, Ndamukong Suh and James Harrison.
    Can you honestly tell me that other teams in the league were not doing this, or giving some kind of encouragement to be a little dirty?
    Finally, can you please tell me if this was worse than the patriots spygate? and explain why you think so.

    Please, please no trolls or biased patriots fans. If you are a patriots fan, remain calm and explain your case.

    • Curator says:

      Thank you Green 18. Fans and media have overreacted to this whole thing. I see where you coming from with Suh and Harrison but i have to disagree respectively. Suh seems like a guy who has fire in him that sometimes he just cant control it. (the stomping of Packer player was because he lost his cool in the heat of the game.) i don’t think Suh was a dirt bag by any mean, i mean off the field he is a quiet guy and a guy who gives back to community. Harrison is just Harrison, he play hard hitting style of game in which at times put another player in danger. i don’t think getting fine is what Harrison wanted to so i don’t believe he did it with malicious intent.Teams have been trying to motivate Defender to play tough on opposing team for a while (not all with money of course) i remembered 2007 NFC wild card round Jeff Garcia was hassled all game and on the sideline Osi Umenyoria was saying “hit him again” (referring to his teammates to go after Jeff Garcia) i really dont think either gate scandals are that big of deal.

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