Richie Incognito makes the Daily News cover

NY Daily News back cover, 11/8

Leave it to the New York tabloids to give the Miami Dolphins hazing scandal proper context. And CNN.

New twists in the story revealed Thursday include the revelation that Richie Incogntio harassed a female volunteer at a 2012 golf tournament (promptly swept under the rug by team "security") and a letter from Jonathan Martin's lawyer alleging that the second-year tackle was physically assaulted and tormented with threats to his sister. All of which prompted Friday's back cover for the New York Daily News:

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Still, tabloid puns have nothing on the absurdity CNN gave the story on Friday morning. As with most things CNN does, the "report" mostly consisted of a panel sensationalizing an important story about cultural norms and tolerance in professional sports. And who better to provide some perspective than Big Poppa Pump?

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