Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito's Twitter account has been largely innocuous since he returned to it in full force in December, a little more than a month after the Dolphins more or less eradicated him for his role in the Jonathan Martin bullying scandal. Mostly harmless "jokes," inspirational statements and retweets from fans who supported him. Today, however, he decided to bring the thunder and finally, fully respond to what's happened.

It wasn't exactly pretty, but it was extremely clear and straightforward against Martin and Kenny Zuckerman of Priority Sports.

Incognito also responded to journalist Albert Breer and the odd radio show producer who tried to contact him for an interview.

Speaking of radio shows, a producer for Doug Gottlieb's program on CBS Sports Radio kept on trying to land him.

It's clear that Incognito — at least until he stops tweeting — will have his voice heard. He made that very clear this afternoon.

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Steve Lepore is a writer for Bloguin and a correspondent for SiriusXM NHL Network Radio.