Today, Richie Incognito is Richie Incognito.

Tomorrow, Richie Incognito will still be Richie Incognito. So on and so forth.

Richie Incognito is an asswipe. This is no secret (especially now). I’ve known this for years. He played five seasons with the Rams from 2005 until December 2009, and of those five seasons he incurred 38 penalties, including seven unnecessary roughness calls, more than any other player during that span. Boom.

My most notorious memory of Incognito was when he cost the Rams a game against Seattle back in 2006. An unnecessary roughness call backing the Rams up into a precarious position that saw the team fail to capitalize on what they had before Incognito’s uncalled for, meathead mistake of a penalty.

See, Richie Incognito was Richie Incognito, even back then.

He’s always been a meathead; he’ll always be a meathead.

Your actions define who you are in life. What do Incognito’s actions define him as? You tell me.

He’s volatile and has an uncontrollable temper. He’s probably the kind of guy that breaks things in his household, screams at the valet for not parking his car correctly and everyone’s likely to be surprised he hasn’t had an aneurysm while taking a dump. Richie Incognito, ladies and gentlemen.

After this situation with Jonathan Martin pans out, Richie Incognito will still be Richie Incognito.

You can’t change a person’s disposition.


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