Richie Incognito was the best, longest-running answer at the trouble left guard spot the Dolphins have had since 2000.
Richie Incognito was the best, longest-running answer at the trouble left guard spot the Dolphins have had since 2000. Joe Rimkus Jr. Miami Herald Staff
Richie Incognito was the best, longest-running answer at the trouble left guard spot the Dolphins have had since 2000. Joe Rimkus Jr. Miami Herald Staff
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