DAVIE (CBSMiami) – Up to this point, the Miami Dolphins/Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin saga has been limited to just the players. But a new report from National Football Post says the problems extend beyond just players.

According to NFP, two sources told the site that Incognito, who remains suspended, and at least one other Dolphins player “mocked the ethnic background of a team staff member and made crude jokes about the staff member’s wife.”

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The National Football Post said Incognito would sometimes make jokes about the staff members’ culture and that the Dolphins guard said the staff member’s wife “had sexual relationships with several members of the team.”

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The NFP report said the alleged actions by Incognito and at least one other player “was done in view of other team staff members” and that it was never stopped.

The report comes as Dolphins staff members and players are meeting with the NFL’s independent investigator, Ted Wells. He arrived at the team’s facility on Monday to begin questioning people about the Dolphins’ locker room, culture, and the Incognito situation.

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Incognito is trying to get reinstated through a grievance hearing scheduled for later this week. Wells is scheduled to be at the Dolphins’ facility through Wednesday. Wells spoke with Martin over the weekend about his harassment allegations.