“Ia��m done. Thata��s it. Ita��s been a long career. Went to the doctor. My liver and kidneys are shutting down. The stress is killing me. Ita��s just about doing whata��s right. I just want to be in the Hall of Fame.”
But now, the Bills are already taking the next step. They have officially placed Incognito on the retirement list.
“Richie Incognito has been placed on the Reserved/Retired list.”
That announcement comes from the Bills themselves. This past season, Buffalo would end their lengthy playoff drought by sneaking into the wild card. But with Tyrod Taylor now in Cleveland, things are still uncertain heading towards the 2018 season. Meanwhile, the four-time Pro Bowl lineman turns 35 in July. Moreover, he’s been in the NFL for over a decade. Retiring now is probably the right call.
And while the Bills still have questions on their roster, at least they have a bit more certainty in this regard.