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Looks like Richie Incognito just can't keep quiet.

The former Dolphins offensive lineman, who is still knee-deep in controversy surrounding bullying allegations lodged by ex-fellow teammate Jonathan Martin, took to Twitter Wednesday to voice his displeasure with Martin and Martin's representative, the New York Post reports.

Incognito, who is still awaiting the findings of an independent attorney assigned to investigate the allegations, took to the social networking site to claim that he was being railroaded. Incognito also revealed that Martin allegedly tried to commit suicide, the Post reports.

"Dear Jon Martin … The truth is going to bury you and your entire 'camp,' " Incognito tweeted. "You could have told the truth the entire time."

In late October, Martin left the Dolphins after he alleged harassment by teammates spearheaded by Incognito. As the Dolphins organization became the center of a national conversation about locker room culture, the team suspended Incognito for conduct detrimental to the team, the Post reports.


On Wednesday Incognito tweeted: "FACT: Jonathan Martin told me he thought about taking his own life in MAY 2013 b/c he wasn't playing well. Told me he felt worthless."

A few days after the Super Bowl, the Dolphins lifted Incognito's suspension.

"I'm ready to move on with my life and career," Incognito tweeted shortly after learning that he was no longer suspended. "I've been dragged through the mud for months by my "best friend,' " he added.


Last week 150 pages of text messages between Martin and Incognito were released on the Big Lead that revealed a complex relationship between the two. The tweets included descriptive language about strippers, hookers and drug use.

Yesterday Incognito took a break from his blistering tweets to issue an apologize to women: "I apologize to all of the women out there that I offended with my text messages to my close personal friend." And in another tweet: "I'm guilty of being a loyal friend and good teammate. I apologize for my poor language and rude remarks. I’ve never denied it."

Read more at New York Post.