Incognito has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster. Incognito replaces Baltimore Ravens guard Marshal Yanda, who will be participating in the Super Bowl.|||||||
Incognito, an eighth-year pro out of Nebraska, started all 16 games for the Dolphins. The Pro Bowl selection is the first for Incognito.
The Dolphins have reportedly agreed to a one-year contract with Incognito.|||||||
The Dolphins will be the third NFL team since December for Incognito. He has started 47 games but concedes he has a reputation for being "a less than model citizen." Last year the St. Louis Rams benched him in two games, each time after he drew two personal fouls. The Rams waived him after the second benching, and he started the final three games for Buffalo. In Miami, Incognito will compete at right guard with Donald Thomas and Nate Garner.
Incognito started at right guard for Buffalo on Sunday against New England.|||||||
Incognito, who was fined $50,000 by the NFL on Friday for two unnecessary roughness fouls against Tennessee, signed with the Bills on Wednesday.
Incognito was fined $50,000 by the NFL on Friday for two unnecessary roughness fouls, punctuating a rough week for the guard.|||||||
The Rams released Incognito on Tuesday and he signed with the Buffalo Bills on Thursday.
A person familiar with the move says Incognito has been claimed off waivers by the Buffalo Bills.|||||||
The waiver claim was made a day after St. Louis released Incognito. Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo benched Incognito in the second half of the team's 47-7 loss to Tennessee last weekend after the guard drew two personal foul penalties for head-butting opponents. A five-year NFL veteran, Incognito was selected by St. Louis in the third round of the 2005 draft.