Following the Jacksonville Jaguars' 10-7 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Jags defense lineman Yannick Ngakoue accused the Bills offensive lineman of using racial slurs. And 64, you goin have to come harder than some weak racist slurs. Ngakoue tweeted that he is proud of his African heritage, as is 70 percent of the NFL.
Incognito, who wears uniform No. 64, went against Ngakoue during Sunday's game.
Incognito, 34, had an unsavory reputation long before his harassment of teammate Jonathan Martin got him booted from Miami. He wound up sitting out the rest of that season.
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The first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket then returned for a vertical landing at Landing Zone 1 at Cape Canaveral. SpaceX's first launch of 2018 was the classified Zuma mission, which lifted off earlier tonight at 8:00 p.m.
No other Jacksonville players mentioned racial slurs or Incognito in the locker room after the game. Incognito was suspended for the final eight games and sat out the 2014 season before joining the Bills.
Ngakoue ended his tweet with the hashtag "Iaintjonathanmarin!"
Incognito signed with the Bills under Rex Ryan in 2015 and has been a model citizen in Buffalo, even developing into a team leader.
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Incognito, an 11-year veteran at guard, was selected to the Pro Bowl this season for the third year in a row, but is no stranger to controversy throughout his career.
Bob Glauber has covered the National Football League since 1985 and has been Newsday's National Football League columnist since 1992.
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The mission was delayed from 2017, which was a record-breaking year for SpaceX, as the company launched 18 times. The Falcon 9 will carry a USA government satellite made by Northrop Grumman into low earth orbit.