NEW YORK CITY - Richie Incognito said that he never in his wildest dreams dreamed that one day he would be known more for his personality and character than for his playing ability on the football gridiron.
The offensive guard was suspended by the Miami Dolphins for his alleged bullying of fellow teammate Jonathan Martin.
Now the NFL is looking into the matter and he (Incognito) could possibly be banned from playing professional football for life.
Incognito, 30, recently sat down at a Burger Bandit in Brooklyn where he talked with Rufus Reno of Sports Balls Illustrated Daily.
Richie The Bully, as he is now known, was asked about the infamous Miami Dolphins lunchroom chicken enchilada throwing incident in which he allegedly tossed a chicken enchilada at teammate Jonathan Martin causing bruising to one of his ears.
Incognito said that he admits throwing the chicken enchilada but he does not recall it hitting Martin.
He was asked about another incident in which he threatened to body slam a stadium hot dog vendor. Incognito grinned and said that the vendor refused to give him a discount.
Reno then asked him about the rumor going around the country that he is a member of the KKK. He angrily put down the five French fries he had in his hand and said that the rumor is nothing but a bald faced lie.
He said that he knows three individuals who are members of the KKK but he himself is not a member nor has he ever even gone to one of the Ku Klux Klan's secret bi-monthly meetings as an honored guest.
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