Former Miami Dolphins player Richie Incognito is seeking help for mental stress in the wake of the Ted Wells report. NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington reports that the offensive lineman has enlisted the help of a treatment facility in Arizona.
It has been a strange month for Incognito who was released by the Dolphins, went on twitter rants directed at former teammate Jonathan Martin and then was implicated in the harassment of Martin in a report released by Ted Wells. Earlier this week the 30-year-old told police he took a bat to his Ferrari.
After a very long few weeks, I can report Richie Incognito has accepted professional help in wake of severe mental stress from Wells report.
— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) February 28, 2014
A free agent, Incogntio is free to sign with anyone but his NFL career is going to go no where until he gets some of his problem ironed out. He spent the end of the 2013 season on suspension from the Dolphins.