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Ross met with reporters prior to the MNF game and said that he’s appointed a five-person committee — Tony Dungy, Don Shula, Dan Marino, Jason Taylor and Curtis Martin — to conduct an internal study and propose a team code of conduct.
Does it matter that 50 players on the 2013 Miami Dolphins loved Richie Incognito? Is it less reprehensible that Jonathan Martin was systematically pestered to fit in to a group of guys he wasn’t comfortable around? Should it matter that Martin was — by Lyndon Murtha’s humble account — a weird, difficult dude? We discuss…
It Sounds Like Most Of The Dolphins’ Players Would Prefer To Have Richie Incognito Over Jonathan Martin Right Now
According to an anonymous but “prominent” member of the Dolphins front office, Richie Incognito’s words and deeds have been taken out of their context, and we outsiders don’t truly understand the situation at hand. Additionally, from what this executive says, a lot of Dolphins miss Incognito, but aren’t asking about Jonathan Martin.
During the NFL’s investigation into the allegations of Dolphins players bullying Jonathan Martin, the transcript of a voicemail Richie Incognito left for Martin in April 2013 has been made public. It’s disgusting, and could be enough to keep him out of the league for life.
Football players usually describe their teammates as “brothers” and say that the organization is like a big family. Now, brothers mess with each other and give each other a hard time occasionally. But the relationship between Martin and his teammates appears to be more “school outcast/school bullies” than “little brother/big brothers.”
More power to you, Bro Witness. You may be “a fuckhead”, but America thanks you for your help in a time of crisis, and the Dolphins thank you for the boost in hat sales.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we take a look at the Miami Dolphins.
Oh, Dolphins. You’re more than “pretty much” screwed.