Richie Incognito looking forward to getting back to work

Offensive guard sought treatment after Dolphins investigation Aaron Wilson

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Former Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito broke his silence for the first time since seeking treatment following the Dolphins' bullying scandal where he allegedly bullied teammate Jonathan Martin.


"I missed you guys," Incognito wrote on Twitter. "Thanks goes out to my family and friends for the tremendous amount of support."

Incognito had gone quiet since Feb. 18 prior to going to a treatment center for his mental health.

NFL investigator Ted Wells determined that Incognito and fellow linemen John Jerry and  Mike Pouncey bullied Martin and others.

Incognito served a suspension and is now a free agent.

"Looking forward to getting back to work ASAP," Incognito wrote Tuesday.

Incognito drew concern from friends, family and teammates when he bashed in his Ferrari in a fit of rage in February.

He ripped Martin and his agent, Kenny Zuckerman, during the investigation before later apologizing to Martin, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and Wells.

Now, he's looking for a job.

It's unclear if he'll face further discipline from the NFL under the personal conduct policy.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun

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