Richie Incognito, who has tweeted a number of controversial comments, truly has quit Twitter.

Incognito, the troubled Miami Dolphins guard named in the Ted Wells report as the instigator of the harassment toward Jonathan Martin, took down his Twitter account Friday, saying “Goodbye, twitter. Be well. See you on the other side.”

The account otherwise known as @68INCOGNITO is no longer in existence.


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To read Incognito's most telling tweets, click here (WARNING: Graphic content).

After more than 36 hours the account remains deleted. It hasn’t been brought back to life, and there's no indication Incognito is on Twitter under another handle.

This is probably one of the best things Incognito could if he hopes to resume his NFL career. Incognito had tweeted a number of comments regarding his relationship with Martin that may not have helped Incognito's situation.

And it’ll be interesting to see whether Incognito, someone who previously didn’t hold back on Twitter, maintains his silence.

Mark Schamel, Incognito’s attorney, has said he’ll prepare a “thorough analysis” on the Wells report, which he described as “replete with errors.”

Incognito fell silent on Twitter for a few weeks after the initial wave of bad publicity in this scandal in November. But his account remained active.

Incognito’s final day on Twitter, Valentine’s Day, the day the Wells report was released, was marked by him defending himself and re-tweeting several insults directed his way.

He also tweeted at one point, “I guess I’m as dumb as I look.”

Incognito made headlines several times with his rants on Twitter. One of his recent rants included Incognito tweeting Jonathan Martin told him he’d contemplated suicide. Incognito also challenged media members and Martin’s agent, Kenneth Zuckerman, among others.

For the sake of continuing his NFL career, it would have been advisable for Incognito to delete his Twitter account. And the longer it stays silent, the more it appears Incognito might be taking a step toward getting on another NFL roster.