Miami Dolphins Release Richie Incognito’s Racist Voicemails to the Press (Transcripts)

The Miami Dolphins and the NFL have released some of the racists text and voice messages Richie Incognito sent to Jonathan Martin. These expletive filled communications by Richie Incognito go beyond hazing and can only be described as criminal harassment. The probowl offensive lineman seems to have played his last football game, Richie Incognito has proven himself to be a despicable human being.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that in April of 2013, Incognito left a voicemail for Martin saying, “Hey, wassup, you half n—– piece of [expletive] . . . I saw you on Twitter, you been training ten weeks. [I want to] [expletive] in your [expletive] mouth. [I’m going to] slap your [expletive] mouth. [I’m going to] slap your real mother across the face (laughter). [Expletive] you, you’re still a rookie. I’ll kill you.”

Other reports of Richie Incognito’s harassment have also surfaced. Jason La Canfora of CBS reports that Incognito also used the “half-n—–” epithet in a text message to Martin, and that Incognito sent Martin texts in which he made reference to tracking down members of Martin’s family and harming them.

Poised to make a playoff run at the beginning of the year the Miami Dolphins can’t seem to get out of their own way. Tight end Dustin Keller who was to sure up Miami’s offence blew out his knee in the pre-season. The preseason was also rocked when a gay sex tape scandal was about to unfold in South Beach.

The homosexual sex tape scandal (as reported here) died off…or was killed off. After hearing Richie Incognito has told a rookie “[I want to] [expletive] in your [expletive] mouth ” It makes me wonder. If there was a gay sex tape could Richie Incognito have been involved with it?

These pitfalls and indiscretions have been following The Miami Dolphins through the season with Dolphins center Mike Pouncey being subpoenaed last week in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial, with rumors tying him to gun running. Keep in mind folks we are only halfway through the season.

There seems to be no leadership or control in the Dolphins organization. The candidates most likely to be called on the carpet for this void of leadership are Head Coach Joe Philbin and General Manager Jeff Ireland. Philbin and Ireland just might want to look down and make sure they are not standing on plastic sheathing when that happens.

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