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Richie Incognito returns to Twitter, apologizes to Jonathan Martin

By Will Brinson | NFL Writer

Much of the Ted Wells report focused on exchanges between Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito. The two had a "bi-polar" relationship according to Martin, and Incognito often came off as an emotional rollercoaster. The proof, once again, is in the pudding. And the pudding, in this case, is Twitter.

Specifically Incognito's Twitter account, which he fired up on Monday night after (temporarily) quitting the social media platform Friday night. Incognito also apologized for "acting like a big baby the last few days."

Incognito's first tweet was actually to tell the world he was firing his agents at Athletes First, tweeting "at" them that "YOU ARE FIRED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" before telling them to "Have a wonderful and blessed day" and a "HAPPY SUNDAY." Incognito also asked "How da f--- does joe still have a job?"

But he didn't mean it, you guys. The lineman told the world at 2:35 a.m. ET (from California though) that he was not firing his agents. They are, after all "familia."

And speaking of family, Incognito apologized to Martin as well.

But why stop there? How about Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, Wells the investigator, the NFL, the NFLPA and maybe America? After all, it did get "cray cray."

It was basically like an Oscars speech only no one was there to yank Incognito off the stage.

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