Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin was meeting with independent investigator Ted Wells Friday to discuss what the player believes was harassment at the hands of teammates, including suspended guard Richie Incognito.
Poking fun at the Miami Dolphin’s bullying drama, involving teammates Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito, has made the NFL franchise a bigger laughingstock than the other two Florida NFL teams that are in last place.
Miami Dolphin Richie Incognito has broken his silence. Incognito sat down for an exclusive interview with Fox Sports which aired Sunday.
We should be disgusted by anyone who condones Incognito, excuses Incognito or ignores Incognito. We should be disgusted by anyone who blames Martin, teases Martin or trivializes Martin.
While the league investigates the Miami Dolphins harassment case, the NFL Players Association said it will insist on a fair investigation for all those involved,including suspended guard Richie Incognito.
The Miami Dolphins aren’t playing, but they are generating plenty of conversation among football fans.
Recent statistics show nearly one in 3 students are either bullies or victims of bullying, and tens of thousands of students stay home from school every day because of a fear of bullying. We focus on a new web-based anti-bullying program that is trying to turn around those numbers, and the local high school that is one of the first in the state to offer it to its students.
Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin will not be rejoining the team anytime soon and will remain in Los Angeles, his hometown, where he is currently receiving counseling and waiting for the NFL investigation to finish, according to CBSSports.com.
It’s widely understood that name-calling, teasing, and physical abuse will have a negative impact on a student’s academic performance and their emotional well-being.
The death of a 12-year-old Florida girl who authorities say committed suicide due to long-time bullying has led to the arrest of two young girls.