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Buffalo Rumblings Aug 15, 2016
With preseason week 1 in the rear view mirror, the Bills begin to look ahead to regular season week 1 The Buffalo Bills resumed practice today at St. John Fisher, looking to move forward after a tight preseason loss to Indianapolis on Saturday. Some notable names returned, another was seen on campus, and some remained out for one reason or another. Overall, it seemed to be a fairly tame day at camp. Here’s what the majority of the reporters at camp were writing: Incognito remains out: Although Richie Incognito did participate in stretching, he did so sans pads and helmet, and he did not...
Buffalo Rumblings Aug 13, 2016
This is the first in a (possible?) series of articles examining the depth pieces on the Bills 2016 roster. Of all the Buffalo Bills’ position groups, the offensive line is arguably the thinnest. With three legitimate starters in Cordy Glenn, Richie Incognito, and Eric Wood, and two up-and-comers (hopefully, anyhow) in John Miller and Jordan Mills, the unit is somewhat set in its starting formation. It is thin, however, in the reserve ranks. Seantrel Henderson has battled Crohn’s disease, Cyrus Koundjio has battled chronic knee ailments, and last year’s top interior reserve, Kraig...
Inside the Bills | Buffalobills.com Aug 3, 2016
If Richie Incognito had his way he’d be on the practice field for every single rep the first team offense has. However, that’s not how Rex Ryan and his coaching staff are approaching this training camp with their top veteran players. They’re pacing their starters who’ve had time in the league like LeSean McCoy, Charles […]
Inside the Bills | Buffalobills.com Aug 2, 2016
Richie Incognito is one of the bigger supporters of Rex Ryan as a head coach. He loves playing for the guy. Explaining how enjoyable the game is playing under Ryan to Reggie Bush last month may have helped to convince the veteran running back to sign with the Bills. Incognito ran into Bush in Las […]
The Phinsider Jul 30, 2016
The Bully Gate scandal tore apart the Miami Dolphins in the second half of the 2013 season, with Jonathan Martin alleging mistreatment from multiple teammates. An investigation finding Richie Incognito, John Jerry, and Mike Pouncey conducted in “bullying” of Martin was conducted by Ted Wells, who also conducted the investigation into the New England Patriots “Deflate Gate” scandal. Also in the findings was inappropriate behavior by Dolphins offensive line coach Jim Turner. The Wells report on Bully Gate broke down some of Turner’s behavior: Turner was aware of the running "joke"...