Richie Incognito has always had a reputation for playing dirty on the field, which is likely why the Miami Dolphins thought it would be entertaining and ironic to feature him in a public service announcement about fan behavior at the stadium.
The Dolphins turned their fan code of conduct announcement into a spoof of a scene from “Major League II,” during which bad-boy Rick Vaughn (Charlie Sheen) filmed a Right Guard commercial that had a similar theme. The idea was creative, but Dolphins fans probably shouldn’t expect to see the clip at Sun Life Stadium anymore.
In the PSA, Incognito admits he has been called “overly aggressive” on the field. He then noted that he is “quite civilized” off the field. You’ve all seen that video of Incognito stomping around screaming with his shirt off at a bar, right? Yeah, you get the point.
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