Sources: Teammates concerned about Incognito

Dolphins offensive guard told police he bashed his Ferrari with a baseball bat Aaron Wilson

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Teammates are concerned about embattled Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito's recent irrational behavior and mental state, according to league sources.

Incognito admitted to Scottsdale police that he inflicted damage on his own Ferrari with a baseball bat in front of his home.

According to a source, Incognito has been difficult to get in contact with for the past few months and has been out of contact with most of his teammates.

Incognito has battled anger management issues in the past and was allegedly the primary tormenter of teamamte Jonathan Martin in the Dolphins' bullying scandal, according to NFL investigator Ted Wells' report.

Incognito's parents have filed for a divorce and he is financially supporting the family, according to a court filing.

"If it was not for the kindness of our son we would have been living in a tent when we lost our home," Incognito's father wrote in a court filing. "I have a son at ASU. His tuition is paid by his brother."

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun

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