The NFL’s lead investigator in the Jonathan Martin case will be meeting with the Dolphins offensive lineman Thursday for a second round of interviewing, according to ESPN.com.
The Miami Dolphins circled the wagons after two weeks of chaos surrounded the franchise and managed to pull out a victory Sunday afternoon, but even in a victory; the Dolphins still left plenty to be desired by the play on the field.
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.
Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito has officially filed a non-football injury grievance against the team over his indefinite suspension, according to reports from ESPN and NFL.com.
The Miami Dolphins were already stretched thin along the offensive line, but the position of weakness took another hit Wednesday night when backup offensive lineman Will Yeatman tore his anterior cruciate ligament.
The bizarre situation surrounding the Miami Dolphins, Richie Incognito, and Jonathan Martin may be about to take a more litigious turn.
The ongoing Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin/Miami Dolphins trouble took another turn Wednesday morning when multiple reports said Incognito had been told by coaches to “toughen up” Martin. But Incognito continues to not comment on the issue.
Jonathan Martin checked himself into a South Florida hospital to be treated for emotional distress in the days after leaving the Miami Dolphins, according to ESPN.com.
His name may be Incognito, but Miami Dolphins left guard Richie Incognito has never been far from the headlines throughout his long, and often times troubled football career.
The situation surrounding Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin took another turn Sunday morning as offensive guard Richie Incognito lashed out at ESPN, specifically reporter Adam Schefter.