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.
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin will meet late next week in Los Angeles with the NFL’s special investigator to discuss allegations in the team’s harassment scandal, a person familiar with the situation said Friday.
The soap opera that is the Miami Dolphins continued to take more turns late Thursday and into Friday morning.
The clock on the Sun Life Stadium bill in the Florida Legislature is deep in the fourth quarter and the Miami Dolphins have just 48 hours to get a vote out of the House, which has a major traffic jam of bills as of Wednesday.
The Florida House of Representatives started work Wednesday the exact same way they ended work on Tuesday, with a robotic computer program reading every word of every bill at the request of House Democrats.
The Miami Dolphins have relented on their pitch for renovations to Sun Life Stadium and will send the issue to the voters to decide whether any public money will be used. But ahead of a planned Monday press conference, time will be short to get the issue on a ballot.
Paul Tagliabue affirmed Roger Goodell’s findings in the Saints bounty case but, in a stunning turn of events, vacated all player discipline handed out to Jonathan Vilma (one year), Anthony Hargrove, Scott Fujita and Will Smith.
Super Bowl action may be coming back to South Beach.
When the Cleveland Browns take on the Baltimore Ravens Thursday night the game will be officiated by regular NFL referees.
We’ve got replacement referee fail; Miami Marlins’ annual fail; Dolphins fail; no NHL; but at least the Heat are starting training camp on Saturday. Plus, I answer a question posited by Jorge Sedano on what has Roger Goodell ever accomplished?