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Buffalo Bills left guard Richie Incognito was named among 40 of the most hated NFL players.

Buffalo Bills left guard was the only current Bills player to make the list.

Richie Incognito is a pretty popular player in Buffalo. The Buffalo Bills left guard gained quite a few fans on the field with his outstanding play in 2015. Off the field, Incognito is one of Buffalo's most entertaining players on social media. He's come a long way since the scandal he was involved with in Miami.

Although Incognito has moved past the scandal, the left guard recently found himself on Bill Bender's Sporting News list entitled 40 most hated players in NFL history. Incognito was number 17 on the list. Here's what Bender said in regards to Incognito.

Incognito already was a highly-penalized offensive lineman and widely-regarded as a dirty player before a scandal broke in 2013. Incognito played a role in harassing teammate Jonathan Martin and allegedly sent messages with racial slurs. Incognito did not play in 2014 before signing with the Bills the following season.

Incognito is taking the news in stride and even started a poll on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/68INCOGNITO/status/733749862420910080

incognito was the only current Bills player to make the list, but three former Bills were also named. Marshawn Lynch (No. 39) Conrad Dobler (No. 14), and Terrell Owens (No. 2), were also named on the list.

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