Does Spirit Airlines owe Richie Incognito an apology?

bullyingSpirit Airlines was one of many major companies to take a shot at Richie Incognito, calling him a bully.  Before this all started I told everyone that we have not heard the true story and it looks now like Jonathan Martin was trying to bully Richie Incognito and ruin his shot to continue a career.

Today the Dolphins lifted the three-month suspension of Incognito. It was an administrative move that doesn’t determine guilt or innocence in Miami’s high-profile bullying scandal. But it allows Incognito to move on with his career and become an unrestricted free agent in March.

Incognito even made a nice gesture via Twitter to support Martin:

— I support @J_Martin71 100% in his return to football in 2014 —- @NFL @NFLPA@DeSmithNFLPA @nflcommish

— Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) February 4, 2014

This was a good move and a smart move by Incognito. It shows that he is not holding on to ill will and is ready to move on. Distancing himself from this bullying scandal as quickly as possible is the best chance for Incognito to find a new team next season.

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