Richie Incognito Bullying Jonathan Martin on Twitter

by Chris Lingebach

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito, whose suspension for his role in a bullying scandal involving teammate Jonathan Martin was recently lifted, is now tweeting about Martin with what could very easily, and likely will, be perceived as cyber bullying.

Martin left the team early in the 2013 season, after reporting to the team he’d been bullied by Incognito, which resulted in the latter being suspended indefinitely by the team, as the NFL investigated further.

Now Incognito, possibly soon to be a free agent, has taken to Twitter to vent some frustrations he’s had to stifle in that time.

Read along as his public claims become more and more vicious in nature:

https://twitter.com/68INCOGNITO/status/433690559107313664

[tweet https://twitter.com/68INCOGNITO/status/433696415470985216 width=”420″]

Incognito seems to have had a lot of trouble with Twitter, since hopping back on the social network after an extended layoff.

One week ago, he was suckered — by a fake Nick Foles account — into joking about hazing Eagles quarterback Matt Barkley.

It’s not clear why Incognito seems to think it’s common to share someone’s alleged mental health concerns with the public, but it’s certainly in poor taste, if nothing else.

[tweet https://twitter.com/68INCOGNITO/status/433704266780254208 width=”420″]
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