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Dolphins To Host Incognito

The Dolphins are all set to host versatile offensive lineman, Richie Incognito.

While Incognito is controversial (he had two personal fouls last year, and got into a verbal battle with the Rams coach), he has started in every game that he has played in (47) in his career.

Incognito is Tony Sparano’s kind of guy. He plays with the mean streak that our coaches love, but the only problem is that Incognito has yet to understand how control that aggressiveness that gets him into so much trouble.

Sparano, being a former offensive line coach, who helped Jake Grove elevate his game in Miami, should be able to work with Incognito, and control him as well.

Many describe Incognito as a vocal sore loser. The problem with that statement, and the connection it has to his run-ins with the league? Incognito has only played on losing teams! Both the St. Louis Rams, and the Buffalo Bills have not been close to a winning season in years, and the fact that Incognito has not yet experienced a winning season in the NFL is surprising.

Based on the fact that the Dolphins are a few more pieces away from being perennial playoff contenders, the losing should not be a problem if he were to come to the Fins, thus, the attitude issues should simmer down as a result.

Why not bring this guy in, when the Dolphins could use a little more depth on the line, especially since the Fins staff do not fully believe that neither Donald Thomas or Nate Garner is the answer. Some more depth on the line could help out to push more players, and provide some breathers for the aggressive offensive style that the Dolphins employ, without a dropoff in production.

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