Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito has made headlines for all of the wrong reasons this week after he found himself in the middle of a bullying scandal.
Things only got worse when messages were obtained showing him use racial slurs and even threatening his teammate Jonathan Martin, who walked out on the team this weekend, and apparently this isn't the only time he's used derogatory language like this.
Former defensive lineman Warren Sapp recently spoke out about the scandal and says he saw firsthand just how nasty Richie could get when they matched up in a game back in 2006.
"He kicked me and called me the N-word. I looked at him and said, 'You want me to slap you in the mouth, so they throw me out of the game.' I said I got a better plan. I'm going to assault your quarterback and they're going to cut your ass."
Warren was no stranger to trash talk during his time in the league, however he says Richie took things to a new level:
"It's the trenches. Some guys teeter right on that edge. But Richie? Nobody's ever had a question that Richie was a dirtbag."
Wow! Tell us how you really feel!!
Now let's get one thing out of the way: Warren was NO angel when he was in the league and a few of his former teammates even say he wasn't always Mr. Nice Guy in the locker room!
However, there's a huge different between trying to motivate your teammates and using racist remarks to get a rise out of others to the point where someone actually LEAVES the team!!