Richie Incognito Revealed as Ferrari Vandal

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Richie Incognito — the Miami Dolphins offensive lineman who was recently thrust into the sport’s world spotlight when he helped to drive away fellow teammate Johnathan Martin — has continued to have a newsworthy offseason. TMZ revealed on Wednesday that someone had damaged his Ferrari FF with a baseball bat. The car was parked outside of Incognito’s Scottsdale, Arizona home.

Today, the Scottsdale police told the Associated Press that Incognito admitted to damaging the vehicle himself and, because there were no charges filed and no police were called in, there was nothing else to be done.

Incognito, who has not made a public comment since a slew of Twitter posts on February 17, has not commented on the incident. The offensive lineman will be 31, and a free agent, when the NFL’s 2014 season officially opens in September. There has been speculation that Incognito’s alleged behavior will have a negative influence on his ability to continue to work as a professional football player.

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