LeSean McCoy Offers $300k Bonus to Richie Incognito to Put off Retirement

LeSean McCoy Offers $300k Bonus to Richie Incognito to Put off Retirement

LeSean McCoy Offers $300k Bonus to Richie Incognito to Put off Retirement

Asked whether there was a chance he'd change his mind, Incognito told the newspaper, "Absolutely not".

The NFL Players Association on Tuesday night announced Incognito had contacted the union of his plans to retire.

Meanwhile Incognito tweeted a cryptic message to the NFLPA and its president, George Atallah hinting that his career is over.

The Buffalo News' Vic Carucci reported that Incognito, 34, has already informed the Bills that he is retiring. "Went to the doctor - my liver and kidneys are shutting down. Nothing I can't restore with some balance, but the stress is killing me".

The Bills did not immediately respond to a request seeking comment.

Of course, this comes after firing his agent via Twitter last week.

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According to ProfootballTalk.com, Incognito lost $1.625 million when he restructured the a year ago of his current deal, but he did receive a $1 million bonus he'd owe Buffalo should he retire. Incognito would miss the entire 2014 season before resurrecting his career in Buffalo.

Before the investigation was over, the Dolphins made a decision to released Incognito during the 2013 season. "And that's it", Incognito said. You can read those tweets below.

The 2018 season would be the final year of his three-year deal with the team.

In 2013, Incognito was suspended by the Dolphins for misconduct related to the treatment of teammate Jonathan Martin. According to the NFL's report, assembled by lawyer Ted Wells, Incognito and fellow lineman John Jerry and Mike Pouncey used racial slurs to bully Martin, another teammate, and several staff members. He played 12 National Football League seasons, four of those with the Bills. He played in college at Nebraska but left after being suspended, then transferred to OR though he never played for the Ducks.

In 2015, after serving a suspension for the bullying, Incognito did move to the Bills where he apparently finished out his career in the last three years.

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