The Denver Broncos reportedly brought in free agent guard Richie Incognito for a workout and visit on Tuesday, but they won't sign him immediately. 

By SI Wire
November 11, 2014

The Denver Broncos brought in free agent guard Richie Incognito for a workout and visit on Tuesday, reports FOX Sports' Jay Glazer

NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reported that the Broncos won't sign Incognito this week but that they will consider doing so in the future. 

Incognito was suspended by the Miami Dolphins last season while the league investigated his role in bullying allegations made by former Miami teammate Jonathan Martin. He was subsequently released.

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In February, the NFL-sanctioned Ted Wells report found that Incognito -- as well as other Dolphins offensive linemen -- had repeatedly bullied Martin. 

Incognito has been hoping to make a comeback and has maintained "a strict workout regiment" in Arizona over the last several months, according to Darlington. He reportedly met with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in August, his first trip to an NFL facility since being suspended. 

Glazer reported that Denver is "doing their full diligence" on Incognito and that the coaching staff already knows him from coaching in the 2013 Pro Bowl. 

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Incognito started all 16 games for the Dolphins at left guard in 2012, his last full NFL season. 

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