Embattled lineman Richie Incognito is undergoing treatment at a psychiatric care unit in Arizona after checking into the facility late Thursday, multiple media outlets are reporting. Incognito, the player at the center of the Miami Dolphins' bullying scandal, which came to a head in November, is seeking help because of stress, according to reports. In a 2013 interview with NFL.com, Incognito discussed his struggles with anger management and depression. In an earlier report, TMZ said Incognito checked himself into the facility, then later reported that his admittance was not voluntary. On Thursday, Scottsdale police checking on reported damage to a car belonging to Incognito said the player told an officer he did the damage himself. Scottsdale police have closed the matter because no crime was committed. Incognito told Fox 10 in Arizona later in the day that he was just "venting" when he smashed his Ferrari with a baseball bat. A photo showed Incognito's car with several dents in its hood and a bat in front of the vehicle. A part of the bat was lodged in the car's grille.