Brandon Beane thinks there's a "misunderstanding" of what Richie Incognito said


Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (91) tries to stop Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor as he scrambles from the pocket in the first half of an NFL wild-card playoff football game, Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, in Jacksonville, Fla.

"There was definitely an exchange", Beane said Tuesday in the Bills' season-ending news conference. "I think there's a misunderstanding of what was said".

Two days after the game and reporters got the chance to speak with Ngakoue, who claimed he couldn't remember the racial slur Incognito yelled at him.

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No other Jacksonville players mentioned racial slurs or Incognito in the locker room after the game.

No. 64 for Buffalo is Incognito, and Ngakoue's hashtag refers to Jonathan Martin, the player Incognito was accused of bullying while both were members of the Miami Dolphins.

"From what I understand, it was a little bit of on-the-field stuff, back and forth", Beane added.

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"I'm not a racist and to judge me by that one word is wrong", Incognito told Fox Sports, after the vulgar voicemail to Martin surfaced.

When it comes to securing a quarterback, Bills General Manager Brandon Beane said "we'll spend what we need to spend" under center.

Asked about Campbell's comment, Bills coach Sean McDermott said Tuesday, "The whole situation to me is very unfortunate, and I'll just leave it at that".

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