"Mike Zimmer is a (expletive) liar!"
We spoke with the alleged victim who tells us Incognito first threw a tennis ball at him for no reason - before grabbing a dumbbell and heaving that as well. This situation started simmering a few weeks ago when Incognito, who's now a free agent, listed several teams that might be interested in him for 2018.
He also posted screengrabs of a conversation he says he had with former Vikings offensive line coach Tony Sparano about potentially being a Viking over the last few months.
"No interest, and totally false".
Incognito claimed that Sparano wrote: "Wish I could get u (sic) going, never know". But the source acknowledged Sparano had no significant hand in player personnel decisions for the Vikings.
Those tweets about Zimmer have since been deleted prompting Incognito to issue an apology.
In early June, Incognito told The Associated Press in a text that he was interested in resuming his career, and he thanked the Bills and owners Terry and Kim Pegula. However, after the Bills released him in May from the reserve/retired list, there were reports that he might continue to play.
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"I'm training five days a week, two-and-a-half hours a day, still in great shape", Incognito told TMZ Sports. "I just want to be in the Hall of Fame". I'm a free agent and that's it.
Incognito has been involved in a number of off-field incidents over the years. "Just waiting on that call".
Incognito spent the past three seasons with Buffalo before being released in May.
"I'll be the first to admit it", Incognito began. His eventful offseason also included firing his agent via Twitter and being held for mental evaluation in South Florida after an alleged altercation at a Boca Raton gym. "Just hope he's taking care of himself mentally".
Asked if he's anxious about putting high-priced quarterback Kirk Cousins behind a makeshift offensive line in his Vikings debut, Zimmer said, "I'm always concerned about everything". The Vikings are having a tough time keeping their offensive line healthy right now, and if any team could use an extra body, it's them. "It is what it is".