Incognito was taken away from the gym by police, but it's unclear if he was arrested. Incognito was acting angry while working out. This paranoia, police investigators concluded, was the reason he threw a tennis ball and a weight at another gym-goer and ultimately was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold under the Baker Act.
As O'Brien called authorities, Incognito can be heard in the background of the 911 call yelling at O'Brien and threatening him. O'Brien said to Incognito, "Hey, we all go through ****".
CBS Sports reports that Incognito then told police that he couldn't disclose information about his phone because they didn't have "high enough clearance".
He said Incognito's hands were shaking and he would suddenly jump and move without warning.
The officers on scene placed Incognito in two handcuffs linked together due to his "large muscular frame".
At one point, the officer said Incognito became upset and told a woman who was swimming the nearby pool to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Richie Incognito is undergoing an involuntary medical evaluation in Florida.
Just a month beforehand, Incognito and his team had agreed to a renegotiated contract.
An NFL investigation revealed that the trio had been calling Martin offensive names, made repeated jokes about having sex with his sister, and made racial taunts at their Japanese trainer.
Incognito was suspended midway through the 2013 season and never played a down for the Dolphins again.
Another positive with Incognito is that with his age, and the fact that he just retired, he won't be able to demand more than a one-year contract which is a good news for the Vikings who are looking to extend Stefon Diggs, Danielle Hunter and Anthony Barr.
Incognito, 34, recently was released by the Buffalo Bills from the team's reserved/retired list Monday, although he asked for his release after indicating to the team that he wanted to try to continue his National Football League career with another club.