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Richie Incognito has finished a workout with Raiders on Monday and still needs to pass a physical before the team considers signing him, a source close to Incognito told ESPN, confirming multiple reports.
Incognito has not played since the 2017 season, after which he accepted a pay cut from the Bills before firing his agent on Twitter and later announcing his retirement.
Appearing on a podcast hosted by former Bills teammate Eric Wood earlier this year, Incognito said he is finishing his degree in communications and sociology at Arizona State University but wants to make a comeback to the NFL.
He pleaded guilty last month in Scottsdale, Arizona, to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge stemming from an arrest in August.
Incognito played for Buffalo from 2015 to 2017, appearing in the Pro Bowl each season. The controversial guard was at the center of a 2013 investigation into the bullying of former Miami Dolphins teammate Jonathan Martin, which led to a suspension and Incognito not playing during the 2014 season.