I really hope that Sparano can get this guy to control his temper. I'd love to see someone of his ability signed long-term. However, there's nothing more frustrating than bone-headed penalties by an offensive lineman in the red zone that kill drives.
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Offensive guard Richie Incognitohttp://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/miam ... 2374.story
Incognito's anger issues and insubordination problems, which led to his release from St. Louis, allowed the Dolphins to sign this six-year veteran, who has started 47 games, at a discounted price. Sparano, who worked his way up the NFL ranks as an offensive line coach, has had his eyes on this former Nebraska standout for a while because of the physicality he brings.
"I've coached some really good linemen, and one of the distinguishing qualities for those guys is power, the fast-twitch power that these guys can play with," Sparano said. "[Incognito] has fast-twitch power. He's knocking people down with his hands."
The Dolphins' offensive line is known for its power, a trait that Incognito also possesses. Miami will have one of the top offensive lines in the league once again this season. Incognito will be an asset if he avoids boneheaded penalties.www.rotoworld.com