Reports: Richie Incognito in treatment center for mental health

Troubled offensive guard seeks help Aaron Wilson

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Days after bashing his Ferrari with a baseball bat and sources telling National Football Post that troubled Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito's irrational behavior has drawn concern from teammates about his mental state, he's seeking help.

Incognito is at an Arizona psychiatric treatment facility to deal with his mental issues related to stress, according to NFL Network and TMZ.

Incognito was accused of bullying teammate Jonathan Martin in Ted Wells' investigative report.

Per NFL Network, the stress of the Wells report has contributed to Incognito's issues, which include depression and anger management problems.

Incognito's parents are going through a divorce and he is financially supporting the family.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun

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