The Denver Broncos are giving controversial NFL lineman Richie Incognito a workout and visit this week, according to NFL Inside Jay Glazer.
Glazer tweeted that the Broncos have spent the last two days with Incognito to determine if he's changed.
Incognito was suspended by the Miami Dolphins last November after allegations that he harassed fellow lineman Jonathan Martin.
A report released by NFL investigator Ted Wells found that Martin was subjected to "a pattern of harassment" that included racial slurs and vicious sexual taunts about his mother and sister by three teammates including Incognito, according to ESPN in February.
In the report, Incognito said, "[Martin] never told his teammates to stop. In Incognito's eyes, jokes about [Martin's] sexuality were all harmless fun."
In August, ESPN reported that Incognito had been cleared by the NFL for a return to "full activity and regular-season game participation."
Incognito is currently a free agent.
Glazer said the Broncos coached Incognito in the Pro Bowl, but still want to do their "full diligence."