Richie Incognito has never had a problem when it comes to talent. He’s a good football player. But, over the years, he’s been such a jerk that teams have actually released him. And in the NFL, it takes a whole lot for a good player to get released because of his personality. Standing out as a douche in the NFL is like standing out for having a bad attitude among web commenters. Incognito’s bullying finally went too far with racial attacks and threats on his former teammate Jonathan Martin. Slate’s Emily Bazelon and Josh Levin wonder whether the Dolphins’ suspension of Richie Incognito could change the culture of pro football. Now that’s what I call fantasy football.

+ “Only in the NFL can a Harvard degree have negative consequences.” Are NFL players from better schools more likely to be bullying targets?