Richie Incognito placed on involuntary psychiatric hold after gym altercation, reports say

Former Bills guard Richie Incognito reportedly was involved in an altercation at a Florida gym and is being held under the Baker Act, which is an involuntary psychiatric hold in order to be evaluated.

According to TMZ, and confirmed by Boca Raton PD to WKBW, police were called but no arrest was made after Incognito was accused of throwing a tennis ball and then a dumbbell at another person while working out at a gym Wednesday.

Some are of the opinion that the Super Bowl should be held in New Orleans every year. After all, there’s a reason what’s now called the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is hosting the big game for an eighth time, more than any other venue. The city is hosing the game for the 11th time; three of New Orleans’ Super Bowls were played at Tulane Stadium.

The Superdome opened in 1975 and hosted its first Super Bowl in 1978, when the Cowboys beat the Broncos in Super Bowl XII. It last hosted a Super Bowl in 2013, when many of the stadium’s lights infamously failed during the third quarter of the Ravens’ win over the 49ers.

Philadelphia signed former Lions and Falcons linebacker Paul Worrilow to a one-year contract in April. But Worrilow reportedly suffered a serious knee injury Tuesday in the first day of OTAs.

Kyle Shanahan, 49ers: The winning momentum from the end of 2017 should carry over for San Francisco after an offseason of extra work for Shanahan and Jimmy Garoppolo.

Sean McVay, Rams: The expectations have gone from zero to Super Bowl 53 after LA’s aggressive offseason, requiring McVay to raise his own bar after a great first season.

Mike Zimmer, Vikings: Zimmer continues his steady leadership and defensive scheming, but Super Bowl expectations in Minnesota have shot through the roof with Kirk Cousins.

Marvin Lewis, Bengals: The lack of playoff wins has now met a lack of playoff berths, but it still seems like nothing negative on the field is capable of pushing Lewis close to the fire.

Jon Gruden, Raiders: The Raiders spent a ton of money to convince Gruden to return, and the mutual investment suggests this will last a couple seasons before real results are demanded.

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