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Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey will likely not be suspended for the bullying scandal, according to a Miami Herald report.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke to the press today as a part of the NFL's owners meeting in Orlando. During the media availability, he was asked about the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal, and the team's efforts for stadium renovations.
Former Miami Dolphins guard John Jerry has signed with the New York Giants, according to a release from his new team.
Free agent guard Richie Incognito, the central figure in the investigation of the Miami Dolphins and allegations of player misconduct directed toward Jonathan Martin, may find his path back to the NFL a little more difficult than expected. Reports say he must pass a full medical examination before he will be allowed to play.
After all the drama of the past season, the Miami Dolphins are looking to put the entire bullying scandal behind them and move on to the 2014 season. Guard Richie Incognito, the center figure in the investigation, however, wants to return to the Dolphins.
Dolphins get an undisclosed conditional draft pick in return for reuniting Martin with his former college coach, Jim Harbaugh
The list of Miami Dolphins players who have come out against the Ted Wells report continues to grow. Offensive tackle Tyson Clabo spoke against the report today on SiriusXM Radio.
According to a CBS Sports report today, when the Miami Dolphins met with Jonathan Martin's representatives this week at the NFL Scouting Combine, General Manager Dennis Hickey stated that the team wanted to welcome back Martin.
Miami Dolphins General Manager Dennis Hickey met with the media yesterday at the NFL Scouting Combine. Here is the transcript of what he said:
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin met with the media today at the NFL Scouting Combine. Here is the transcript of what he said:
The NFL and Ted Wells wrapped up their investigation into the Miami Dolphins and allegations of harassment brought by tackle Jonathan Martin on Friday. Two days later, players were already lining up to refute the findings of bullying and patterns of harassment.
The Miami Dolphins saw offensive tackle Jake Long leave the team via free agency in March 2013. A month later, the default leader to replace Long, Richie Incognito, and Jonathan Martin began having the problems that eventually led to Martin leaving the team.
An exceptional look at the saga surrounding the Miami Dolphins these past four months. Really well written, and worth the read. hrld.us/1nCUJHv
(Photo via Ron Schwane - USA Today Sports)
After sitting out half the season following patterns of harassment directed his way, tackle Jonathan Martin will now start trying to find his way back to the NFL for the 2014 season. With the Miami Dolphins holding two more years of rights for their 2012 second round pick, Martin's representatives will meet with the team at the Scouting Combine next week.
Yesterday, Ted Wells and the NFL released their final report on the Miami Dolphins harassment scandal that has swirled around the team since October. Included in the report, which found Richie Incognito, John Jerry, and Mike Pouncey did harass Mike Pouncey, was an unidentified "Player A." Today, Andrew McDonald released that he was the unnamed player from the report.
Richie Incognito's lawyer, Mark Schamel, has released a statement on the findings of the Ted Wells report. The report, which was released this morning, investigated allegations of harassment and bullying by Incognito toward Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin.
Earlier today, the Ted Wells report on Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito was released. According to Martin's agent today stated that Martin is ready to return to the NFL.
The Ted Wells report clearly states Miami Dolphins offensive linemen Richie Incognito, John Jerry, and Mike Pouncey harassed tackle Jonathan Martin during his time with the team.
The Ted Wells report has been released. In 142 pages, the report details how multiple Miami Dolphins players harassed Jonathan Martin, an unnamed player, and an Assistant Coach.
The Ted Wells report has been released. It's 142 pages long, so it will take a minute to read, but you can find the full report at the link above.
The end of the four month saga surrounding the Miami Dolphins, Jonathan Martin, Richie Incognito, and reports of bullying in the locker room should come to a close soon when the NFL receives the final report from the investigation conducted by Ted Wells. Reports now say the Dolphins and Martin have had "talks" and Martin could return to the team next season.
"The facts clearly show the allegations are false and there was no bullying. Just banter both ways between two good friends. I intend to do as I always have: focus on doing the best job I can for my team and fans and helping my team win. I will have no other comment until the (Ted) Wells report is issued."NFL.com's Michael Silver
Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito spent the second half of the 2013 NFL season suspended by the team after allegations of player misconduct from Jonathan Martin sufaced. Today, he used Twitter to get some things off his chest.
After reports surfaced this week that the Ted Wells report into the bullying allegations around the Miami Dolphins would be released on Thursday, a representative for Wells corrected those rumors yesterday. According to the statement, the report is still 1-2 weeks away.
On Thursday, the Ted Wells investigation into allegations of player misconduct brought by Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin is expected to be released. USA Today Sports' The Big Lead released over 1,000 text messages between Martin and guard Richie Incognito, which are at the center of the situation.
After a week of back-and-forth between Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito, with the Miami Dolphins caught in the middle, it now appears there is a date for the release of the Tedd Wells report.
As the saga between the Miami Dolphins, Jonathan Martin, and Richie Incognito continues into its fourth month, the NFL Players Association weighed in yesterday to ask the two players to end their public he-said/he-said argument.
Jonathan Martin spoke earlier this week and now it's Richie Incognito's turn to respond.
Estranged Miami Dolphins' offensive tackle Jonathan Martin broke his silence yesterday when he sat down with Tony Dungy to discuss the situation that led to him leaving the team. However, the interview proved to be more about Martin rehashing the same storylines than it was about adding any new information to the situation.
The Miami Dolphins bullying scandal is once again making headlines, with offensive tackle Jonathan Martin agreeing to an interview yesterday with Tony Dungy. More of that interview was released this morning, with the full sit down airing tonight on NBCSN.
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin sat down with Tony Dungy today, his first interview since alleging misconduct within the Miami locker room and leaving the team. The first snippet of that interview aired tonight on NBC.
The Miami Dolphins still find themselves in the middle of the NFL investigation into the allegations of bullying brought by tackle Jonathan Martin over six-weeks ago. Former Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor weighed in on the situation yesterday, describing it as "overblown."
The "investigation" into allegations of bullying made by former Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin has taken an "interesting" turn recently
The on-going investigation into the allegations of bullying and player misconduct that has surrounded the Miami Dolphins for over a month has progressed to the point where investigator Ted Wells is starting to re-interview players. Today, he is meeting with Jonathan Martin.
The Miami Dolphins have officially placed tackle Jonathan Martin on the Non-Football Injury list, freeing up the roster spot he has been holding since leaving the team over a month ago. Safety D.J. Campbell was promoted from the practice squad to fill the slot.
The Miami Dolphins and suspended guard Richie Incognito have reached an agreement to keep the veteran away from the team as the NFL's investigation into the player misconduct allegation continue. Incognito will now be paid as everyone awaits the findings from Ted Wells.
NFL investigator Ted Wells spent the last week at the Miami Dolphins team facility, talking to players, coaches, and executives about the allegations of player misconduct from Jonathan Martin. Reports now say, he is looking to talk to former Dolphins tackle Jake Long.
Over the last week, the Miami Dolphins have hosted NFL investigator Ted Wells in the team facility as he looks into the allegations from tackle Jonathan Martin of improper working conditions and player misconduct. Today, Wells issued a statement on the status of the investigation.
ESPN is reporting that the grievance hearing for suspended Miami Dolphins Richie Incognito was postponed today. The league moved the hearing until after investigator Ted Wells completes his report into the situation, as the Dolphins had asked earlier this week.
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey was unable to play last weekend's game thanks to some sort of infection. Today, he said he watched last weekend's game at home, with suspended guard Richie Incognito.
Jason Cole of the National Football Post is now in on the problems with Miami's locker room.
From the article: "The most troubling element to this is that the behavior was done in view of other team staff members and was allowed to go on without being curtailed by team management or front-office staff."
[Editor's note: I am front paging this, because it is relevant, and should be reported. However, I am not making it a full report yet because I have gotten skeptical of the "sources" reports floating around right now. Jason Cole is usually accurate, but this is another report without context of the situation. Like I said, I am just skeptical of all these reports lately.]
Good letter from the Miami Herald's Michelle Kaufman to NFL investigator Ted Wells.
The Miami Dolphins have requested a delay to the expedited hearing on guard Richie Incognito’s grievance. The hearing is currently scheduled to happen on Thursday.
Today, the investigation into the Jonathan Martin bullying allegations moved from Martin's meeting with investigator ted Wells in New York down to Miami. Wells met with players today, with coaches on the schedule for tomorrow.
Last week, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross announced the creation of a committee designed to establish a new code of conduct for the team. Included on that committee is Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino, who was asked about the committee on CBS' pregame show.
The Miami Dolphins have been dealing with the Jonathan Martin allegations of misconduct for over three weeks now. With the NFL investigation now underway, reports seem to indicate offensive line coach Jim Turner could be a focal point.
It's been nearly a four weeks since Jonathan Marin left the Miami Dolphins and three weeks since he levied allegations of player misconduct at the team and guard Richie Incognito. In his grievance over his subsequent suspension, Incognito attacks Martin's allegations and defense strategy.
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin spent the day talk to NFL investigator Ted Wells about the allegations of player misconduct Martin has made. After the meeting, Martin made a comment about not commenting to the media.
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin arrived in New York this morning to meet with attorney Ted Wells about his allegations of player misconduct against Richie Incognito.
Last night, Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito filed a grievance against the team over his indefinite suspension. The NFL Players Association has confirmed the grievance with a statement.
The Miami Dolphins indefinitely suspended guard Richie Incognito following allegations of player misconduct from tackle Jonathan Martin. Now, the guard has filed a grievance against the team in an effort to get back his pay.
The drama around the Miami Dolphins and the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin drama has slowed some over the past few days. However, that doesn't mean there's no news about the situation. Yesterday, some reporters overheard a Dolphins assistant describe the situation as the "most overblown story."
The meeting with tackle Jonathan Martin announced by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross yesterday has been postponed, it was announced today. The meeting had been scheduled to take place tomorrow.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross released a statement today, following his press conference, on the Jonathan Martin bullying allegations that has guard Richie Incognito currently suspended by the team. Here's the full text of that statement:
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross held his first press conference since the departure of tackle Jonathan Martin and the subsequent allegations of player misconduct levied at the team.
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin wants to return to football, according to an ESPN report, but feels like he cannot do it with the Dolphins. He will likely try to get a release from Miami.
Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito sat down with Fox Sports' Jay Glazer yesterday in an interview aired today on Fox NFL Sunday. During that interview, Incognito shed a lot of light on his side of the allegations of misconduct from Jonathan Martin.
The back and forth between Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito, with the Miami Dolphins in the middle, continues today with Incognito appearing on Fox NFL Sunday. In the interview with Jay Glazer, Incognito says the texts between him and Martin were the way they joked with each other.
The Miami Dolphins and guard Richie Incognito are trying to deal with allegations of player misconduct coming from tackle Jonathan Martin, who has left the team. Incognito, suspended by the Dolphins, sat down with Fox Sports' Jay Glazer for an interview to air today.
The Miami Herald's Adam Beasley reports that the Dolphins had reservations about bringing him back for this season
In another strange turn from the Miami Dolphins' situation surrounding Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito, a report has surfaced that Incognito would hold offensive line meetings at a local strip club, and fine players who did not attend.
The Miami Dolphins have found themselves in the middle of a situation no one seemed to see approaching, as tackle Jonathan Martin has left the team and accused the now suspended Richie Incognito of misconduct for bullying him over a year-and-a-half. On Thursday, wide receiver Brian Hartline spoke with the "Paul and Young Ron Show" on BIG 105.9 FM in Miami about the situation.
The situation surrounding the Miami Dolphins took yet another turn tonight, when Jonathan Martin's lawyer released a statement on behalf of Martin.
The initial report has been corrected a bit...and a note on the importance of not jumping the gun on reporting news.
The Miami Dolphins are trying to find their way through the Jonathan Martin allegations of player misconduct by Richie Incognito, as everyone awaits the results of an NFL investigation. According to an ESPN report, however, Martin’s allegations are not just against Incognito.
The former Dolphins offensive lineman has written an article detailing his experiences as part of the Dolphins offensive line and offers his take on some of the rumors that have leaked so far about the group
The bullying allegations around the Miami Dolphins continue to take new twists and turns. The newest one involves the players not named Jonathan Martin or Richie Incognito. Yesterday, the players went on the offensive in an effort to support....Incognito.
Everyone has their own take and an opinion on what is happening in the Miami Dolphins' locker room right now. Is Jonathan Martin at fault? Is Richie Incognito a racist cancer? Is Joe Philbin negligent? ESPN's Cris Carter weighed in this morning with one of the best inside looks yet.
The Miami Dolphins have suspended Richie Incognito indefinitely as they investigate allegations of misconduct in his treatment of tackle Jonathan Martin. According to a report yesterday, that treatment may have started at the request of coaches to toughen up Martin. However, it seems to have gone way past the intent.
The Miami Dolphins have suspended guard Richie Incognito for misconduct this week due to his alleged role in bullying tackle Jonathan Martin. On Tuesday night, incognito poke for the first time since everything blew up.
The situation around the Miami Dolphins continues to twist and turn, but it doesn't end. According to a report today, however, the rumors that Joe Philbin knew about the situation back in the spring appear to be completely false.
The situation around the Miami Dolphins involving Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito continues to swirl, with the NFL looking into the locker room culture, amid continuing leaks and spreading rumors. This morning, the NFLPA weighed in on the situation.
The Miami Dolphins have suspended guard Richie Incognito for his alleged role in harassment of tackle Jonathan Martin. According to a report, Incognito played his last game as a Dolphins player on Thursday night.
Cam Wake says he was fine w/ Incognito but has line of the day: "You'd have to ask every guy individually. I can't speak for everyone else."— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) November 4, 2013
Yesterday, the Miami Dolphins suspended guard Richie Incognito indefinitely after receiving a complaint from Jonathan Martin alleging player misconduct. Part of that complaint included text messages and voicemails from Incognito - which are surfacing now.
Former New England Patriots Vice President of Player Personnel and former Kansas City Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli had some harsh words about Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito.
A report tonight says the situation between Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin and guard Richie incognito may have had some racial undertones to it.
The Miami Dolphins have issued a statement about the suspension of guard Richie Incognito. The Pro Bowler has been suspended as the team investigates allegations of player misconduct leading to the departure of Jonathan Martin from the team.
The Miami Dolphins have suspended Pro Bowl guard Richie Incognito while the team and the NFL investigate his role into the abrupt departure of tackle Jonathan Martin from the team. The suspension is indefinite, according to a report.
Richie Incognito was advised by Joe Philbin tonight he has been indefinitely suspended by team while NFL investigates, Incognito tells me.— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) November 4, 2013
The Miami Dolphins have officially been notified of alleged player misconduct by Jonathan Martin's representation. The team has released a statement on the next step in the process.
Last Monday, Miami Dolpins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin left the team after having some sort of emotional breakdown. Things seemed to center on bullying from the other offensive linemen, specifically guard Richie Incognito, with an NFLPA investigation being launched. Now, it appears, those rumors seem to have been not true.
Miami Dolphins Statement On Jonathan Martin
That would make Adam Schefter: a) wrong b) a slimy little #^%#& who doesn't check his facts c) an ESPN toad with a grudge against Richie Incognito d) the height of an average 5th grader e) all of the above.
On Wednesday, news broke that the illness that was keeping Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin out of practice was some sort of emotional issue that actually caused him to leave the team's training facility. Here's the latest.
So, first I'd like to begin by reminding everyone that ESPN's Adam Schefter recently got a story about Incognito allegedly assaulting a bouncer at a club "somewhat wrong." And by "somewhat wrong," I mean, "The police felt Incognito was simply trying to stop a fight and noted in their report that he was more injured than the bouncer he allegedly attacked. No charges were filed." Still, you can expect to hear more about this as other news services pick up Schefter's story, so I've included a link into a story with contradictory premises. They quote a "high ranking source" says Richie Incognito has been a model citizen with the Dolphins. However, another anonymous source says the NFL player's union has reason to believe Incognito helped orchestrate the potential "bullying" of Jon Martin.
The Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins have issued their final injury reports before tonight's Thursday Night Football meeting. Between Jonathan Martin's mental health issues and Rey Maualuga's concussion, there are some starters for both teams who won't make the short turn around from Week 8 to Week 9 tonight.
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