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SportRaiders' Richie Incognito gets 2-game suspension for funeral home incident last August

00:15  13 july  2019
00:15  13 july  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Richie Incognito agreed to plead guilty to charges of criminal damage and disorderly conduct -- both Class 1 misdemeanors in Arizona -- after an incident last August at his grandmother's home . Richie Incognito , whom the Oakland Raiders signed to a one-year deal on Tuesday, pleaded guilty

Richie Incognito 's recent actions at a funeral home were detailed in a police report. At various points of his time at the funeral home , he threatened to return to his car, get guns out of Objectively speaking, Incognito 's behavior over the last few years has been concerning, since his time with the

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Richie Incognito was handed a two-game suspension for an incident last fall.

Incognito recently agreed to a one-year deal with Raiders this offseason, long after the August incident, and the team was reportedly expecting the NFL to hand out a suspension.

General manager Mike Mayock "was aware of likely discipline for a pair of incidents last year before signing Incognito to a one-year deal and has said they’ll help him help himself," an NFL report said.

Incognito will miss the first two weeks of the season but be available for training camp and preseason games.

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Another incident occurred at the home of his 90-year-old grandmother with whom Incognito had an He was ordered to stay away from his grandmother’s home , stay on his medication, avoid alcohol Tuesday the Raiders announced they had signed Incognito to a one-year deal, undoubtedly fully

Monday the Raiders hosted former Bills guard Richie Incognito for a visit as the team tries to figure out whether to add some competition at the left guard It made some waves because of Incognito ’s checkered past that had him suspended for the entire 2014 season and ensured no team signed him

Incognito was arrested at a funeral home following the death of his father. He became enraged and caused a scene by "acting erratically and making the employees feel incredibly uncomfortable."

He reportedly made a gun gesture and said he had weapons in his vehicle.

Incognito retired after the 2017 season, then changed his mind. The Bills, however, released him in May 2018 and he didn't play last season.

When he announced his retirement, Incognito said he was suffering from liver and kidney failure brought about by stress.

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Incognito visited the Raiders on May 6 and the team came away impressed, but they waited a couple weeks to hear from the NFL about a possible suspension that would stem from Incognito ’s August arrest at an Arizona funeral home . It’s unclear if Incognito will be suspended

Richie Incognito has agreed to a plea deal in the case involving an incident at a funeral home in August The deal requires Incognito to serve an 11-month long probation and a 90-day suspended jail He later received an eight- game suspension for engaging in a "pattern of harassment" against

Incognito was initially selected by the Rams in the third round of the 2005 draft and played with the Dolphins from 2010-13 in addition to his two stints in Buffalo.

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