Richie Incognito tremendous comeback season will end in a Pro Bowl berth.
Incognito has been named to the Pro Bowl according to the NFL Network. Incognito will be replacing Arizona Cardinals guard Mike Iupati. This will be Incognito's second Pro Bowl appearance as he played in the 2012 Pro Bowl with the Dolphins.
Incognito didn't play in 2014 after a scandal in Miami, but he was signed by the Buffalo Bills in February of 2015. The offensive guard was given an opportunity to continue his career and the Bills upgraded at the guard position. It was a move that paid off for both parties. Incognito was Buffalo's best offensive lineman this season and no guard was a better pull blocker in the NFL. Without Incognito, the Bills wouldn't have had the same success running the ball.
Incognito was a 16 game starter for the Bills and finished the year as one of Pro Football Focus' highest graded run blockers. Buffalo has already stated that he is a high priority for the team in free agency. Incognito will be joining fellow teammates Tyrod Taylor and Eric Wood in Hawaii as all three players were added as alternates on Monday.null