Mike Zimmer, the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League totally denied the accusation of being ever interested in signing Richie Incognito on Tuesday. He said, "No interest and totally false," he even move further enough to say, "Tweet that."
Incognito at first delivered an inappropriate tweet cussing at Mike Zimmer also calling him a liar. He even shared some of the conversation images on Twitter with Tony Sparano, The Vikings’ offensive line coach who coached Incognito in Miami from 2010 to 2011 and also who died of heart disease on July 22nd.
The Conversation contained the mention of being interested in being traded after the Bills releases him or in one text Incognito was saying that he’ll be interested in coming to Minnesota and would like to talk to everyone and make sure that they were doing fine and that Kirk Cousins can be suspended and needs protection.
All in all, the conversation on his tweet didn’t prove in any way that the Vikings were interested in him.
"Wish I could get u going, never know," was the only response he got on that tweet.
Then later on Tuesday he again went on Twitter to apologize.
As it happens, if Minnesota Vikings eventually ever find themselves in a need of a free-agent to strengthen their offensive line, I’m sure they won’t be picking Richie Incognito for it.
Richard Dominik Incognito Jr. is an American football offensive guard who played for Buffalo Bills for more than 3 years as a Pro Bowl guard. Shortly after completing his 12 seasons with them he announced his retirement in April. By an estimate of six weeks around the month of May, the Bills let him go and he became a free-agent with a possibility to resume his career. Following his release he was involuntarily was placed in psychiatric hold after he threw dumbbells at a gum in Florida while working out.
He was then released from there in early June, after that he announced that he wanted to resume his career in a text to press as he thanked the Bills and holders Terry and Kim Pegula. Weeks later, during an interview, he told TMZ Sports how he also wished to someday run for public office and "empower as many minorities as I can." On asking about his football career, he reported receiving interest from two Football Teams.
"I’m training five days a week, two-and-a-half hours a day, still in great shape," Incognito told Tix2games.com . "Just waiting on that call. I’ve had calls from Minnesota, Seattle. I really just don’t want to go to training camp, so we’ll see."
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