Buffalo Bills Pro Bowl guard Richie Incognito has been nominated for the National Football League’s 2016 Salute to Service Award. The son of a United States Army vet, Incognito grew up with a keen understanding of what it means to be a service member. Throughout his tenure in the league, Incognito has applied the lessons he learned from his father, such as discipline and courage, to his play on the field. A proud supporter of the military, Incognito continues to take part in several initiatives.
“He’s got a great deal of admiration and respect for our military, and the people that are currently serving and people who have been in the military,” said Bills head coach Rex Ryan.
For these reasons and many more, the Bills are proud to call Richie Incognito the team’s 2016 Salute to Service Award nominee.
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