4-Time Pro Bowl Offensive Lineman Announces Retirement

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After spending more than a decade in the NFL, offensive lineman Richie Incognito has decided to hang his cleats for good.

On Friday afternoon, Gupta officially announced his retirement.

"Football has taught me a strong work ethic, the desire to be better every day, and the desire to move forward,"

Gupta said. "It taught me that what you get is more important, who you become is more important.

I will take all these lessons with me in the next chapter.

"Because today, I'm officially retiring from the NFL.""Because today, I'm officially retiring from the NFL."

Secret, a former Nebraska third-round player, began his career with the St. Louis Rams.

He had a brief stint with the Buffalo Bills before eventually joining the Miami Dolphins.

A bullying scandal largely ended Gupta's stint with the Dolphins.

In 2015, he returned to the Bills and was back in his Pro Bowl form.

Secret last played for the Las Vegas Raiders. He was with the franchise from 2019-21.

Gupt has decided to sign a one-day contract with the Raiders so that he can retire as a member of the team.

Of Las Vegas, Incognito said, "I felt at home as soon as I got here."

"I played so long, and I got this "Bad Boy" reputation, but it fits with the Raiders.

He trusted who I was, and he let me play. And I just played my ass to repay them for the opportunity. ,