What a night! A win is what “Dolfans” wanted and it’s exactly what they needed. It’s been one wave of embarrassment after another for the Dolphins. Now fans hope the team can turn things around and end the season strong.
Miami Dolphins players are set to meet this week with an NFL special investigator regarding the bullying case involving tackle Jonathan Martin and guard Richie Incognito.
After a disheartening loss to the NFL’s last winless team, the Miami Dolphins are looking to end their struggles and move past the distractions caused by the Richie Incognito saga.
Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito will meet with an arbitrator this week concerning his grievance against the team.
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.
Spirit Airlines has made a habit of creative advertising using some of the latest news stories. A few weeks ago, the Airlines had some fun with an ad that poked fun at Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and his crack. But Spirit’s ad that dealt with bullying and football, ran afoul of the NFL Players Association.
Jonathan Martin could sue the Miami Dolphins for big money under a variety of workplace laws that make employers liable for bullying, harassment and discrimination — even if the team’s hierarchy didn’t know about it, according to several legal experts.
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.
Getting sacked has been one of the biggest issues facing the Miami Dolphins offense this season. The same terminology may soon be applied to the coaching staff and general manager in the wake of the harassment scandal that has enveloped the team.
Embattled Miami Dolphin Richie Incognito returned to Miami Tuesday.