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MIAMI - On Twitter, suspended Miami Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito says he wants to clear his name of bullying charges but that task is looking more difficult because a new video of him has surfaced.
In the video, he goes off on a profanity-laced tirade while he was on a team outing in a bar. The video is believed to have been shot earlier this year, according to the website TMZ Sports, which posted the video.
The video on the celebrity news website shows a shirtless Incognito shouting the "N"-word and other expletives.
The oft-trouble NFL player was recently suspended by the Dolphins after he was accused of bullying his teammate Jonathan Martin.
Incognito spoke for the first time about the controversy Tuesday, telling a reporter, “You know what, I’m just trying to weather the storm right now. This will pass.”
He’s also turned to Twitter to call the reports of bullying lies. Incognito uses the Twitter handle @68INCOGNITO.
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