Incognito’s Suspension From Dolphins Lifted, Miami Herald Says

Richie Incognito’s suspension was lifted by the Miami Dolphins, the Miami Herald said, without revealing where it got the information.

The move was planned and doesn’t mean the 30-year-old offensive lineman will play again for the Dolphins, the Herald said. Incognito is set to become an unrestricted free agent next month and isn’t expected to return to the Dolphins, it said.

Incognito was suspended a week after tackle Jonathan Martin walked out on the Dolphins Oct. 28 after making allegations of bullying and harassment by teammates. A report following a National Football League investigation into the episode is expected to be made public this week, the Herald said.

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