After exactly three months and one day, Richie Incognito's suspension is officially over. The Dolphins lifted the suspension on Tuesday, according to the Miami Herald. Incognito had been suspended since Nov. 3 following allegations made by teammate Jonathan Martin, who alleged that Incognito bullied him. Incognito only missed out on two paychecks during the suspension. Under CBA rules, the Dolphins were allowed to suspend Incognito for four weeks without pay. However, before the four-week suspension was up, Incognito and the team came to an agreement that allowed the Dolphins to keep Incognito suspended, but with pay, meaning he only missed out on a total of two $235,000 weekly paychecks. As the Miami Herald points out, the move to lift the suspension was purely an 'administrative' one on the part of the Dolphins. Incognito will be a free agent in March and it's highly, highly unlikely he'll ever wear a Dolphins uniform again.
Report: Dolphins lift suspension of OL Richie Incognito
CBS Sports | Feb 4