Richie Incognito recently quit Twitter but just a few days later, he's back and unleashing a barrage of all new tweets.
Incognito has been utilizing his Twitter account to freely speak his mind during the ongoing Miami Dolphins bullying saga. Over the weeks, he has tweeted comments about former Dolphins teammate Jonathan Martin and Kenny Zuckerman, who represents Martin. Those tweets were summarized by the Miami Herald and can still be found on Incognito's Twitter account as well. On Friday, Incognito made a sudden exit from the social media site when he deleted his account.
Then on Monday, Incognito restored his account and began tweeting once more. At first, Incognito's tweets were about his return to Twitter and references to freedom but eventually they turned into a series of apologies for those involved in the story.
Did you guys really think i was going to quit tweeeeeeter??? — Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) February 18, 2014
We're all born free — Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) February 18, 2014
I would like to send Jonathan my apologies as well. Until someone tells me different you are still my brother. No hard feelings :)
— Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) February 18, 2014
After apologizing to Martin, Incognito's next apology was directed at Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and Ted Wells who led the NFL investigation into the bullying incident. Wells released his findings last week which is summarized at NFL.com.
Incognito, who is a free agent, is not expected to play for the Dolphins again, according to a report by the Herald. Martin is under contract with Miami but could either be released or seek a trade which allows him to have a fresh start. The San Francisco 49ers could wind up a landing spot for Martin per The Sacramento Bee. 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh was Martin's coach at Stanford.