Incognito starts Twitter campaign to keep Jake Long in Miami
Dolphins left guard Richie Incognito really wants Jake Long to stay in Miami, so he started a Twitter campaign to let everyone know.
Free agent left tackle Jake Long is trying to decide if he wants to play in St. Louis or stay in Miami. If Dolphins left guard Richie Incognito has any say, Long will be spending 2013 and beyond in South Beach.
Incognito has kick-started a Twitter campaign with one goal: keeping Long in Miami. Incognito's efforts started Friday and haven't stopped.
Here's a sample of Incognito's tweets, which include a picture of Long and Incognito dressed for Halloween.
Incognito's Twitter campaign started with this tweet:
JAKE JAKE JAKE— Richie incognito (@68INCOGNITO) March 15, 2013
Then Incognito decided his Twitter campaign needed a hashtag, so he gave it one:
#bringjakehome Let's get it trending before the day is over— Richie incognito (@68INCOGNITO) March 15, 2013
Incognito liked his hashtag so much, he decided it deserved its own tweet:
Incognito then started retweeting some Dolphins' fans, who seemed to be a little confused about the hashtag:
Then Incognito decided went all Jerry Maguire on Long with this touching tweet:
Dear jake, u complete meRichard;)#bringjakehome— Richie incognito (@68INCOGNITO) March 16, 2013
After that, Incognito decided to start tweeting pictures of him and Long together:
Then the pictures got better:
If Long re-signs, Dolphins fans should probably send a thank you note to Incognito -- or at least a thank you tweet.
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