NFL news roundup: Richie Incognito 'done' in Miami, Nnamdi Asomugha released


The Miami Dolphins have suspended offensive guard Richie Incognito, and it appears he will not play for the team again.

Richie Incognito will not play another down for the Miami Dolphinsaccording to a report from the Miami Herald. He is currently serving a suspension for "conduct detrimental to the team," and there has been no official announcement from the organization on whether he will return.

Reports emerged that Incognito was the primary perpetrator in a series of bullying that caused offensive tackle Jonathan Martin to leave the team. Martin is undergoing therapy in California, while reports Monday indicated a voice mail message Incognito left Martin in which he threatened his teammate and used racial slurs.

Nnamdi Asomugha released by 49ers

Once a prize in free agency, Nnamdi Asosmugha's tenure in San Francisco lasted just eight games. It wasn't long ago that he was seen as one of the league's elite cornerbacks alongside Darrelle Revis, but each player's career took quite a turn after leaving the teams that drafted them.

The team activated wide receiver Mario Manningham and Eric Wright to fill the roster spot left by Asomugha.

Gary Kubiak receives treatment for stroke symptoms

Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak collapsed at halftime in Sunday night's game between the Texans and Indianapolis Colts. There has still not been an official update on his status, but it is known that Kubiak was given medicine normally used for blood clots in patients after they have sustained a stroke.

Kyle Rudolph has fractured foot

The Minnesota Vikings' disappointing season is getting worse before it gets better. Tight end Kyle Rudolph fractured his foot against the Dallas Cowboys and will miss four-to-six weeks of action.

Rudolph is third on the team in receiving with 313 yards, and has caught a team-high three touchdowns this season. Losing him is the next in a long line of setbacks for the Vikings in 2013, as they wait for the season to end.

Jack Del Rio named Broncos interim head coach

The Denver Broncos will turn to defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio while head coach John Fox recovers from heart surgery. Del Rio has previous head coaching experience with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and was the most capable man on staff to take over in Fox's absence.

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