Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito Texts Released

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The Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin saga has finally come to this: The more than 1,000 text messages exchanged by the pair have been obtained by the media and released onto the interwebs for all to peruse.

The texts, which are dated between October 2012 and November 2013, were posted by the Big Lead on Monday evening and seem to show that, at least in part, what Incognito has been saying -- that Martin wasn't the victim of bullying as he's been saying -- has been true all along.

Of course, that remains open to interpretation and conjecture. What remains certain, however, is that Incognito loves to razz Martin, loves to be a boisterous meathead, and loves the ladies.

(NSFW screen shots of the texts after the jump)

See also: Richie Incognito Claims Texts From Jonathan Martin Prove There Was No Bullying

Incognito and Martin exchange in conversations on par with your typical set of bros, talking about women, ribbing each other with off-putting humor, and talking about women.

Although we're not sure how many guys out there have texted things like, "I got the worst hand job ever! My wein is so chaffed right now," to their bros.

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Grace Lynn
Grace Lynn

These made me laugh so hard! I have been meaning to check them out! Thanks for posting.

Alex Castro
Alex Castro

Exactly. Something tells me that by judging from these texts- he more than likely WASNT bullied into doing shit. Just a big pussy IMO

Darren Braun
Darren Braun

The texts and "harsh language" I think are overblown. What i don't get is this guy was required to pay $15,000 for his TEAMMATES to go on a trip to Vegas. Granted, he makes pro football player money, but he's far from top tier, and $15k is a lot of coin. THAT should have been the focus of the whole thing, NOT the words.

Alex Castro
Alex Castro

Well shit, this is no different than my teammates and I...

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