After the Ferrari-bashing incident and a weird, rambling interview with a Phoenix television station, Richie Incognito is getting help. NFL Network's Jeff Darlington said the Dolphins guard is being treated at a facility in Arizona after "severe mental stress" caused by the fallout from the Jonathan Martin ordeal. That comes right after Incognito's bizarre interview about bashing his Ferrari. Fox 10 in Phoenix wasn't sure what it was going to get when it approached Richie Incognito's house hoping to ask him why he'd take a baseball bat to his car, something that was reported by TMZ on Thursday. Incognito welcomed them in. The station's story said he was polite. His explanation of why his $300,000 car got knocked around with a bat was a little odd. "So what happened?" the reporter asked. "To what?" Incognito asked. The Ferrari that was hit with a bat, she said. He took a second to recall what she was talking about. "Ohhhh," Incognito said after the pause, like he didn't immediately remember hitting his sports car with a bat. "That was just me venting. That was self expression. That's a piece of art. The happiest day of my life was when I got that car and now the second happiest day will be when I donate it to charity."