Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Richie Incognito undergoing involuntary medical evaluation after reported fight at gym

Richie Incognito undergoing involuntary medical evaluation after reported fight at gym

He was out of the league for 18 months before the Bills signed him to a one-year contract.

The gym's staff told police that he had thrown things at employees there and handed officers Incognito's concealed weapons permit. He was transported to South County Mental Health Center in Delray Beach.

Mark said he told Incognito, "Dude, I don't know what's your problem" and tried to get away from him.

Mark began to call 911 and Incognito started yelling at him, 'Who you calling? When later told by officers that his behavior might pose a danger to others, Incognito asked a woman in the swimming pool to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Incognito reportedly had issues before the St. Louis Rams selected him in the third round of the 2005 draft.

When police asked Incognito what he was talking about, Incognito said he couldn't tell them because they didn't have high enough clearance, according to the report. "I'm running NSA class level 3 documents through my phone". Buffalo accommodated that desire by releasing from the list, thus making him an unrestricted free agent able to sign with any other team. When officers explained their concerns that Incognito could be a danger to others, he "suddenly stood and asked a woman in the swimming pool to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation".

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According to the incident report, officers didn't believe Incognito had any intent to harm anyone but that "without care or treatment, there was a substantial likelihood Incognito would cause serious bodily harm to himself or others as evidenced by recent behavior".

After three-straight Pro Bowl seasons and 10 seasons in the league, guard Richie Incognito chose to retire after the 2018 season. 'Obviously he was not doing well this morning and took it out on me a little bit'.

"I can fully appreciate and understand people going through tough times and mental illness but his behavior was irrational".

He said Incognito's hands were shaking and he would suddenly jump and move without warning.

He has been on a downward spiral for much of this offseason.

'I was just like, "this isn't right"'. "Anything further than that, I can't really comment on at this moment".

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