The Miami Dolphins will make a decision on the status of suspended guard Richie Incognito on Monday, according to Fox Sports.
Incognito missed his sixth game Sunday since his suspension stemming from the team's bullying scandal.
Incognito is eligible to return to the team on Monday. The Dolphins reportedly want to extend his suspension for the rest of the season with pay but he has to agree to that.
If Incognito does not agree to continue his suspension, the team could cut him. Owner Stephen Ross has said he was "appalled" by the voice message Incognito left for offensive tackle Jonathan Martin last spring, which included threats, profanity and racial slurs. Martin left the team Oct. 28, claiming that Incognito and other teammates harassed him. Incognito was suspended for conduct detrimental to the team Nov. 3.
If the Dolphins release Incognito, he could be on the waiver wire at 4 p.m. ET Monday. Sports Illustrated has reported that at least one playoff contender is interested in Incognito.