Former NFL offensive lineman Richie Incognito has been taken into custody for a psychiatric examination after an incident in a gym
A spokesperson for the Boca Raton gym told the Palm Beach Post that police were called to remove Incognito from the premises, saying that he "will not be welcomed back" and adding, "For us, it's a matter of making sure we are creating a safe and respectful environment for our club".
'I'm thankful I didn't get hurt.
Incognito had been accused of racist behavior before, as well as of "dirty" play on the field, and it happened again in Buffalo's final game of last season, a playoff loss to the Jaguars.
Incognito reportedly had issues before the St. Louis Rams selected him in the third round of the 2005 draft. "I can't have anybody in blue tooth capability of me or taking pictures of me".
Mark began to call 911 and Incognito started yelling at him, 'Who you calling?
The report also states that Incognito took the over-the-counter supplement "Shroom Tech", his hands were shaking, his speech was erratic and that he would "suddenly jump up and move locations without warning".
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'I just want him to get help, ' Mark said. 'Obviously he was not doing well this morning and took it out on me a little bit'.
But several people close to the former National Football League player said they have been trying to get him professional help for months.
The recently-retired lineman was taken into custody and placed under an involuntary psychiatric evaluation under Florida's Baker Act - which allows a person to be involuntarily committed if they're seen as a danger to themselves or others around them.
I "certainly appreciate all he did for this organization and then my, as I was here last year, just one year of his career with the Buffalo Bills and what he meant to us and what he meant to me".
An NFL investigation revealed that the trio had been calling Martin offensive names, made repeated jokes about having sex with his sister, and made racial taunts at their Japanese trainer. The Bills released him from their reserved/retired list Monday, leaving open the possibility he could sign with another team.
In March, Incognito agreed to take a pay cut from the Bills, but after expressing excitement at being able to stay with the team, he later fired his agent via Twitter.
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