The 911 call leading up to the moments a former Buffalo Bill was taken into custody have been released. Incognito told officers he had taken "Shroom Tech", an over-the-counter supplement. After officers informed him the behavior he was showing could pose as a threat to himself or others, Incognito asked a nearby gym-goer to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Mark began to call 911 and Incognito started yelling at him, 'Who you calling?
'I didn't know what was happening, and the next thing I know I'm getting nailed by a tennis ball, ' he said.
Brown said that when he told Incognito he was anxious he was going to hurt himself or others, Incognito yelled at a woman in the pool to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Incognito had been accused of racist behavior before, as well as of "dirty" play on the field, and it happened again in Buffalo's final game of last season, a playoff loss to the Jaguars.
Law enforcement tells us Incognito was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold to be evaluated.
When approached by police, Incognito told them he was working for the NSA and had secure files on his phone that couldn't be seen by other people.
"There's a guy walking around with headphones on".
I have criticized Incognito repeatedly in the past, but I truly hope he gets the help he needs. Police were called following Incognito's freaky behavior and he reportedly told them "they didn't have high enough clearance" to be told what was going on. Police say he could be there anywhere from 24 to 72 hours.
Miller didn't want to say too much about the situation with Incognito.
Another positive with Incognito is that with his age, and the fact that he just retired, he won't be able to demand more than a one-year contract which is a good news for the Vikings who are looking to extend Stefon Diggs, Danielle Hunter and Anthony Barr. The Bills had asked him to take a pay cut earlier this offseason, and Incognito appeared to be in favor of it before abruptly changing his mind and firing his former agent, David Dunn.