Richie Incognito Threatens Retirement: "That's it".

Richie Incognito Threatens Retirement:

Bills guard Richie Incognito says he is retiring months after restructuring his contract with Buffalo.

Incognito's recent pay cut reduced his base salary from $6.3 million to $3.7 million, but he received a $1 million bonus as part of the restructure. It's been a long career.

"Has since fired his agents and now wants to reopen negotiations apparently".

Incognito told Carucci that his liver and kidneys are "shutting down", so his best option might be to walk away from football.

Bills' running back LeSean McCoy is trying to entice Incognito to change his mind about retirement. The 34-year-old lineman also told the Buffalo News, "I'm done, that's it", and said he'd notified the Bills of a decision he'd reached "in the last couple days".

Incognito added more fuel to the fire on Tuesday morning, tweeting "I'm done" to the NFLPA.

"It pisses me the f-- off", Incognito told The Buffalo News about his pay cut. Before the investigation was over, the Dolphins chose to released Incognito during the 2013 season. Martin's post showed a shotgun and specifically mentioned Incognito, former teammate Mike Pouncey as well as a private Los Angeles prep school Martin once attended. For now, Richie Incognito's career is over.

Incognito also played three-plus seasons in St. Louis, which drafted him in 2005. He started all 36 games at left guard for the Bills, and was part of a line that led to Buffalo leading the National Football League in yards rushing in both 2015 and '16.

Incognito, who turns 35 in July, made the Pro Bowl four times, including three times with the Bills. Center Eric Wood in January announced the end of his career because of a neck injury, and left tackle Cordy Glenn was traded to the Cincinnati Bengals in March.