Yannick Ngakoue Says Richie Incognito Used Racial Slurs During NFL Wild Card Matchup

Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Richie Incognito was involved in one of the most controversial NFL controversies of all time, and not Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue says that he is back to his old ways.


In 2014, the NFL conducted an investigation into harassment and bullying accusations claimed by Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin.

The 144-page report concluded that the accusations were true, and that Incognito had harassed Martin, other players and even trainers during his time with the Dolphins.

Following a one year leave of absence in 2014, Incognito signed with the Buffalo Bills where he has been ever since.

When the Bills traveled to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars for their first playoff game in over 17 years, Ngakoue took to Twitter after the game calling out Incognito for using racial slurs.

While there is no hard proof to prove that Incognito was using racial slurs during the game, it would not be a surprise as he has a track-record of being hateful towards minorities.

Regardless, Ngakoue got the last laugh as the Jaguars defeated the Bills 10-3 to advance to the divisional round this weekend.

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