The term "fight" is material. IIRC, I don't think there was any threat of violence, which there typically is in a schoolyard use of the term bully.
If bullying is about words and name calling, then I think constantly talking smack can be seen as a form of bullying, but that's regarded as "getting in your opponents head" by some standards.
But Richie has been a known element since his college days. Apparently, he is a high maintenance personality that could be controlled with some sense of structure and purpose in his life, that some teams have chosen to deal with for exchange of good play on the field. Seems like its catching up with him and he's heading over the edge as he gets older. And he appears to be getting more randomly violent, towards simple objects at this point. I don't think he is someone anybody should be around.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said that the team is about 75 percent through the installation process of its new offensive and defensive playbooks, with much more to follow in the coming weeks.
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