2014 Miami Dolphins News

Dan LeBatard: Understanding Dolphins' Bullygate matter of perspective


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)

Dolphins to meet with Martin's agent at Combine

After sitting out half the season, tackle Jonathan Martin will start trying to get back to the NFL for the 2014 season. With the Miami Dolphins holding two more years of rights, Martin's agent will meet with the team at the Scouting Combine next week

McDonald is 'Player A', has 'no issue' with Miami

Yesterday, Ted Wells and the NFL released their final report on the Miami Dolphins harassment scandal that has swirled around the team since October. Today, Andrew McDonald released that he was the unnamed player from the report.

Statement from Incognito lawyer on Wells report

Richie Incognito's lawyer, Mark Schamel, has released a statement on the findings of the Ted Wells report. The report investigated allegations of harassment by Incognito toward Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin.

Martin ready to return to the NFL

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.

Wells report could signal Miami end for three

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.

Wells report: Incognito, others 'harassed' Martin

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.

Link to the Ted Wells Report

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.

Could Jonathan Martin return to the Dolphins?

The end of the 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 Ted Wells report. Could Jonathan Martin return to the team?

Incognito: 'There was no bullying'

"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

Ccheck out the video at the top of the article - interesting information including a slight chance Martin could return to Miami.
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