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Richie Incognito has no regrets about the actions that landed him a call from the NFL offices this past week.

In a tweet posted Friday, the Buffalo Bills offensive lineman said the $9,115 fine he received for throwing the helmet of Miami Dolphins defensive end Andre Branch in a post-play scuffle was money well spent.

The incident came with just 14 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, when tempers flared after a 1-yard Reggie Bush touchdown pulled the Bills to within a field goal of Miami’s lead.

Having played four seasons with the Dolphins before the infamous bullying scandal led to his departure, Incognito may play with an extra edge when given the opportunity to take on his former team.

As for the fine, the three-year, $15-million deal he landed to re-up with the Bills after a career-best 2015 campaign does more than enough to soften the blow.