The NFL has lifted the suspension of guard Richie Incognito — the player at the center of the Miami Dolphins’ locker-room bullying scandal — and at least one interested team is weighing the merits of signing him.
Incognito visited the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday, a team in desperate need of help on the offensive line.
“If you know my history, I do believe in second chances,” Buccaneers Coach Lovie Smith told reporters. “To me, nobody should have a death sentence. If you should, you're probably in jail.”
Last season, Incognito and two Dolphins teammates were named in an NFL investigation that determined they harassed fellow lineman Jonathan Martin, who walked away from...