The controversial career of Richie Incognito is over, he thinks.
Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Richie Incognito texts The Associated Press he's "done", amid reports he is considering retirement after 11 National Football League seasons.
Incognito also said there was "absolutely not" a chance that he would change his mind.
Sports Illustrated reported earlier Tuesday that Incognito was "strongly considering retiring", but might return for a final season in 2018 "at the right price".
Incognito, 34, told the Buffalo News on Tuesday that health concerns are forcing him to walk away from the game.
"It pisses me the f-- off", Incognito told The Buffalo News about his pay cut. Went to the doctor. The stress is killing me.More news: Uber acquires electric bike sharing company Jump
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Neither Incognito nor the Bills responded to a request for comment from ESPN.
In 2015, after serving a suspension for the bullying, Incognito did move to the Bills where he apparently finished out his career in the last three years.
According to ProfootballTalk.com, Incognito lost $1.625 million when he restructured the previous year of his current deal, but he did receive a $1 million bonus he'd owe Buffalo should he retire.
"I am just done with the game", Incognito said, per Carucci.
The NFL has not announced whether it has completed its investigation. Incognito said he approached Ngakoue at the Pro Bowl and apologized. He then tweeted "Yes", and "Wow", before posting a note that read: "Big Ben".
If this is indeed it for Incognito, it has been an odd 11-year career. An NFL investigation determined Incognito and two other Dolphins offensive linemen persistently harassed Martin.
In February, Martin was detained and questioned by Los Angeles police after posting a threatening note on his Instagram account.