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Offensive lineman and noted racist bully Richie Incognito—who has since the end of the last NFL season retired, un-retired, been released by the Bills, and had a public meltdown at a gym—got very upset on Twitter today because Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer denied that Minnesota was interested in signing him. Incognito tried to refute Zimmer’s claim by posting a bunch of screenshots of text messages he exchanged with former Vikings offensive line coach Tony Sparano, who died last month.

This morning, Zimmer told reporters that the Vikings had “no interest” in signing Incognito. This came after Incognito told TMZ that the Vikings had called him to talk about potentially signing him. Incognito did not react well to Zimmer’s comments:


Then came the messages he’d exchanged with Sparano, which don’t actually show that the Vikings were interested in employing him:


This will surely help Incognito get another shot in the NFL.

Update (Aug. 8, 12:43 a.m. ET): Richie is sorry.

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