Richie Incognito on his new Ferrari: ‘I’d hit it’

By Rachel Wold
Jun 16, 2015; Buffalo, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito (64) during minicamp at Ralph Wilson Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

A couple of years ago, former Miami Dolphins and current Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito took out his frustrations, beating the smithereens out of his Ferrari with a baseball bat.

Now able to kid about his wild lapse of judgement, Incognito posted this image of an undamaged Ferrari wearing a Bills’ helmet in what looks to be his driveway.

The hilarious thing here is the caption in Incognito’s Instagram post:

After most people wondered what the Ferrari ever did to Incognito to deserve that beating, the guard reportedly entered a psychiatric treatment facility to get some help to deal with his anger issues.

Incognito was released by the Dolphins in 2014 due to his involvement in a bullying incident that surrounded former Miami offensive tackle Jonathan Martin.

It is nice to see that he he’s gotten his life back together following some strange and alarming incidents.