Incognito Ex-Teammate Says Bucs Should PassAugust 26th, 2014
Former Richie Incognito teammate Anthony Becht, an analyst on the Buccaneers Radio Network, is against adding Incognito to the Tampa Bay roster.
Incognito is a good football player, Becht said on WDAE-AM 620, but “it’s Tuesday to Saturday that’s the problem.”
Becht painted a picture of Incognito not having the respect of his former Rams teammates and Becht said any new opportunity Incognito might get will not represent “a second chance,” meaning Incognito has gotten that chance already.
Becht said if he were Lovie Smith, he would put Incognito through a grueling workout before even talking to him. Sometimes, Becht said, a player’s true character is revealed under that kind of extreme stress versus chatting in a conference room. If Incognito handled the workout like a professions, only then would Becht talk to him about his character and fitting in on the roster.
Regardless, Becht said, “I don’t think at that point it’s worth bringing him in.
“Is that what we want? Is that what we want to do?”
You can listen to the full take below, via 620wdae.com audio. The Incognito take starts at the four-minute mark.