Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito said Monday the past year was a "learning process" for him and that "there were a lot of things said and done that I wish I could change."
Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito told reporters Monday that after taking a year off following the Miami Dolphins/Jonathan Martin bullying scandal, he is ready to move on from what he called "a learning process."
Incognito, who will wear No. 64 with the Bills, spoke to the media on the first day of offseason workouts. He signed with the Bills in February after not playing in 2014 and being suspended for the final eight games of 2013 for conduct detrimental to the team.
Ted Wells, who conducted an independent report on the Dolphins' bullying scandal, found that Incognito and teammates Mike Pouncey and John Jerry repeatedly harassed Martin.
Incognito: "It was a time for inner reflection. It was a time for growth."— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) April 6, 2015
Incognito: "There were a lot of things said and done that I wish I could change."— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) April 6, 2015
"[What's] keeping me sane is keeping in shape," Incognito said. "I've been training five days a week. I've been hiking, playing a lot of golf."
Incognito, who turns 32 in July, spent three games with the Bills in 2009. He began his career with the St. Louis Rams and played for them from 2005 to 2009 before stints with the Bills and Dolphins.
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