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Check Out Richie Incognito’s Favorite Website (Probably): Caste Football, The NFL For White Supremacists
Caste Football, a real website where real people write things like “Riley Cooper would have gotten in less trouble if he killed someone because OBAMA. Click for a sad display of headlines that hopefully you can laugh at.”
One of our greatest outlets for social commentary is the marketing department at Spirit Airlines. Wait, what?
If you refused to make it rain with Richie, you had problems with Richie, according to the National Football Post.
Stephen Colbert Nails The ‘Redskins’ Name Controversy And Richie Incognito Bullying Saga In The Same Segment
The Sport Report puts everything in perspective by showing how Fox News is reporting on the issues… A general rule to follow if your looking for moral clarity on any given controversy: Find what Tucker Carlson says about it and run in the opposite direction.
Brandon Marshall Gives The Wisest, Most Thoughtful Arm-Chair Psychology Analysis Of The Jonathan Martin/Richie Incognito Controversy
Marshall’s issues with his own emotions are well publicized. Last night, he broke down how football can push you to your emotional limits, and how you’re supposed to pretend like you’re fine all the while.
We’ve been rebranded! In this episode of Off The Grid, we dip our toes into the Richie Incognito saga, talk to Chris Herring of the Wall Street Journal about the present and future of the Knicks (as well as how a Chicago native found himself on the New York beat) and debate whether a college championship trumps a good pro career.
Does it matter that 50 players on the 2013 Miami Dolphins loved Richie Incognito? Is it less reprehensible that Jonathan Martin was systematically pestered to fit in to a group of guys he wasn’t comfortable around? Should it matter that Martin was — by Lyndon Murtha’s humble account — a weird, difficult dude? We discuss…
It Sounds Like Most Of The Dolphins’ Players Would Prefer To Have Richie Incognito Over Jonathan Martin Right Now
According to an anonymous but “prominent” member of the Dolphins front office, Richie Incognito’s words and deeds have been taken out of their context, and we outsiders don’t truly understand the situation at hand. Additionally, from what this executive says, a lot of Dolphins miss Incognito, but aren’t asking about Jonathan Martin.
Many Dolphins players considered Incognito an “honorary black man”, according to a blog post in the Herald. Jonathan Martin, meanwhile, was considered soft, and an outsider due to his upbringing.