Bucs bring in Richie Incognito for a visit

Tampa, Florida -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are meeting with free agent guard Richie Incognito on Monday evening, that may result in the team signing the troubled offensive lineman.

Incognito was suspended by the NFL last season, for his part in the bullying scandal with the Miami Dolphins. His threats of bullying fellow offensive lineman Jonathan Martin, also included racist texts.

The majority of Buccaneer players who talked with 10 Sports, said Incognito would fit with the Bucs.

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"We feel good about our locker room," said quarterback Josh McCown. "We feel good about the ability to add anybody and be able to embrace him."

As long as he can help us win, that's all I'm concerned about," said defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. "If there's a problem, we'll deal with it accordingly. As long as he's doing what he's supposed to be doing on the field, I'm not concerned about anything else."

McCoy also said, "He would be coming to my team, so something would have to change."


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