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Richie Incognito returns to Twitter

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After Richie Incognito deleted his Twitter account Friday in the wake of an independent investigator's report on the Miami Dolphins locker room situation, he returned to the social media website Monday and apologized to teammate Jonathan Martin early Tuesday morning.

Incognito earlier greeted Twitter and apologized for his behavior in relation to the social media site.

The report released Friday by attorney Ted Wells found that Incognito was one of three Dolphins starters who subjected teammate Martin to persistent harassing language and workplace bullying.

The NFLPA has said it will review the findings, and the NFL has had no comment on whether there will be further punishment.

Incognito was suspended in November for the remainder of the season and will be a free agent in March.

Incognito took to Twitter on Friday night, saying:

He then appeared to bid farewell to the social media website, saying:

His account was then deleted shortly thereafter, and remained so until being reactivated on Monday.