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It’s the moment we’ve been waiting for since November, when Ted Wells was asked by the NFL to review the Jonathan Martin case to see if the young offensive lineman had indeed been harassed by his teammates, most notably Richie Incognito. The report has been released, and it’s bad news for Incognito, other players, and the Miami Dolphins organization as a whole.
The texts between Dolphins lineman Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito have been released. They provide a fascinating, if disgusting, glimpse into a relationship that would eventually doom the careers of both players.
If Mike Wallace is “being modest,” he should have had more touchdowns this year than any wide receiver ever.
There’s a lot of comedy occurring in the NFL today. Please tip your waitress.
Dolphins Lineman Randy Starks Is Pretty Upset Over The Whole ‘Getting Fingers Jammed Up His Butt’ Thing
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.