Is Buffalo Bills Lineman Richie Incognito Retiring?

Richie Incognito has announced his retirement

And a few minutes after that, Buffalo News Bills reporter Vic Carucci tweeted that he'd spoken to Incognito and Incognito cited his health.

Buffalo Bills offensive guard Richie Incognito is "strongly considering" retirement, according to Sports Illustrated's Peter King.

While there hasn't been an official story or an announcement from the Bills, it makes you wonder what's going on.

The Buffalo News quoted Incognito as saying, "I'm done".

We look forward to hearing what comes next.

"Wood and you. listen 1500 yards I'll give u 300k favorite WHITE BOY EVER CANT retire lol. love u dog", McCoy wrote.

Incognito said he's talking to the Bills about his decision and that he has until Sunday to change his mind about leaving the NFL.

"It's been a long career", Incognito told Carucci.

The announcement came after Incognito revealed his intention to retire through a series of tweets and comments made to several publications throughout the morning. It's possible the 34-year-old is having second thoughts about playing for less money, and he seems to be having fun fueling the rumor mill. "Went to the doctor - my liver and kidneys are shutting down". The stress is killing me.

That launched an inquiry that lasted months by NFL-appointed investigator Ted Wells, who determined that Pouncey, Incognito and Jerry engaged in a pattern of abuse.

Incognito is also the subject of an National Football League investigation after Jacksonville defensive end Yannick Ngakoue accused the Bills player of making racist slurs during the Jaguars' 10-3 win over Buffalo in an AFC wild-card playoff game in January.

With Miami, Incognito played well, and even was considered a leader on the offensive line - until he once again took things too far, bullying Jonathan Martin with taunts and racial slurs, among other things. Martin wrote suicide and revenge were the only options for a victim of bullying.