Richie Incognito reportedly placed on psychiatric hold

Richie Incognito reportedly placed on psychiatric hold

The 911 call leading up to the moments a former Buffalo Bill was taken into custody have been released.

Officer Brown wrote that when he and Rosenthal arrived at the gym, a staff member handed them Incognito's concealed weapons permit and told them he had thrown objects at the staff. After officers informed him the behavior he was showing could pose as a threat to himself or others, Incognito asked a nearby gym-goer to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

"He started yelling at me like he was going to kick my ass and beat the [expletive] out of the equipment over here", O'Brien said in the 911 call regarding the incident obtained by the Herald.

"The gentleman threw a ... chucked a tennis ball at me for no reason". When told he could potentially be a danger to others, Incognito asked a woman in the nearby pool to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to the report.

Law enforcement tells us Incognito was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold to be evaluated.

The Miami Dolphins made national headlines off the field after it was revealed that players Incognito, Mike Pouncey, and John Jerry were intensely bullying Martin. The Boca Raton Police Department told Buscaglia that Incognito was not arrested, but rather was detained under the provisions of the Baker Act.


Incognito then explained to the officers that he couldn't tell them about the government's involvement because he was "under contract". "I don't know the whole story, but wish him the best and hope he gets everything figured out".

"There's a guy walking around with headphones on".

We'll see what Incognito decides to do, but on paper, it certainly makes sense for both sides.

Police were on the scene for nearly two hours, according to police department notes.

Incognito was out of football for 18 months before the Bills signed him to a one-year contract.

The Bills reacted to Incognito's stated intentions by placing him on their reserve/retired list, but he reportedly began feeling that he wanted to play again once teams began offseason training sessions. However, he had a change of heart weeks later and abruptly fired agent David Dunn in a post on Twitter.

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