Beginning offseason conditioning Monday with his new team, Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito called his season and a half away from football "humbling" and added that he had learned from the 2013 bullying scandal that led to him being suspended and released by the Miami Dolphins.

"It was definitely difficult sitting out, knowing I could still play, knowing I had talent to contribute," Incognito said Monday. "It was a learning process. At first there was a lot of frustration: 'Why am I not signed? Why am I not on a team?' It was a time for inner reflection. Kind of a time for growth.

"Then it was an acceptance, and accepting the fact that I'm not going to play this year, that I'm going to have to chalk it up and wait for another opportunity."

(via ESPN)


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