Found November 08, 2013 on
Jon Stewart & Co. finally got around to covering the Miami Dolphins bullying fiasco last night, and it was a nice reminder why I prefer to get my news from The Daily Show: concise, comprehensive no bullsh*t takes that cap everything off with a bit where John Oliver desperately attempts to convince Jason Jones that it is not that difficult to avoid using racial slurs or references to sh*tting in mouths when conversing with his coworker Al Madrigal.
Here’s part one where Jon Stewart gives a TDS-style overview of the Dolphins situation that really focuses on an overlooked portion of the story: How the hell is this guy named Richie Incognito?
And here’s the must watch part two that kicks off with the line of the night after Jon Stewart treats everyone to Incognito’s what-the-f*ck-is-happening TMZ video before sending it over to The Best F*cking News Team Ever for a workplace tutorial.
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From my perspective the majority of players in the NFL while trying to be politically correct in saying things about Jonathan Martin, seem to be backing Richie Incognito and believe he is being used as a scapegoat.
Brandon Marshall who played with Incognito in Miami is the latest player to speak out.
Marshall said he enjoyed playing w/Incognito in Miami and keeps in contact w/him...
The hilarious Taiwanese animation videos have moved on to the Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin bullying saga, and the results add a bit of humor to an awful situation.
-Incognito as Godzilla? Yup.
-Incognito punching an Uncle Sam tax collector in the face? Yup.
-Incognito giving wedgies? Yup.
-Incognito punching an ATM? Yup.
-Incognito stuffing an "n-bomb" into...
Left guard Richie Incognito has been suspended indefinitely by the Dolphins, presumably for his alleged role in bullying left tackle Jonathan Martin, who left the team last week and is currently in California seeking counseling. While the NFL investigates the matter, new details emerge daily.
The latest: Incognito would regularly hold meetings for the offensive line ... at a South...
As more and more details begin to poor out regarding the Miami Dolphins locker room issues, specifically those involving offensive linemen, Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin, you can believe that the culture of the NFL will once again be front and center. Several Miami Dolphins players, both on and off the record, have come out in support of Incognito.
In addition to that, some...
In this new series from TOJ, we will provide an opinion on an off the field issue taking place in the NFL. These opinions are from the individual authors and not Turn On The Jets as a site. The game we all love is played inside the sidelines 100 yards at a time, but the men standing on the sidelines and their actions are just as important. If there are any topics you’d like to...
Topics: Richie Incognito, official visitors and JUCO DL
Greetings! Tis I, Tehol Beddict, here to counsel you on how to handle bullying on the message board and point out some interesting targets and touches from this past week. Let’s begin with me admitting to be being guilty of the kind of verbal abuse on message boards that would make Richie Incognito seek Jesus. Sh!t down your throat? I’ll kill you? Rich please! These types of...
Pretty soon everyone could be gone from the Dolphins organization!
Apparently the Dolphins coaches didn't like that Jonathan Martin didn't show up for a voluntary workout in the offseason. So, they told Richie Incognito to toughen him up. That sure worked out!
All the maniacal Incognito did was scare the **** out of Martin. To the point that Martin left the...
According to ProFootballTalk.com, Jonathan Martin’s agent reached out to Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland about how his clirent was being treated by Richie Incognito.
Per multiple league sources, Dolphins G.M. Jeff Ireland received a call from Martin’s agent, Rick Smith, before Martin left the team on October 28. Smith complained to Ireland about the manner in which Incognito...
Former Eagles first-round draft choice Shawn Andrews (73) claimed on 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia Friday that Donovan McNabb bullied him in a similar fashion to Richie Incognito's alleged actions.
While Chip Kelly made it clear Thursday that the Philadelphia Eagles do not take part in the kind of hazing that allegedly has taken place between Miami Dolphins' offensive...
The Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin Dolphins bullying scandal keeps raging on in the media. And while the lone link the Bay Area has to the controversy is that Martin played his college ball at Stanford, the story has become enough of a national story that the local media is asking prominent Bay Area sports figures for their reactions.
Here now is a collection of those reactions...
As details of the Jonathan Martin/Richie Incognito story continue to emerge, the NFL may find itself in a curious position come August.
The NFL Films-produced HBO program Hard Knocks is known for its inside access, wonderful cinematography and dramatic music. It's also known for giving viewers a rare look at the rookie initiation process in an NFL locker room.
In recent renditions...
What's happening in Miami with the bullying controversy surrounding Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin has taken many complex turns this week. Many players on the Dolphins roster have taken to defending Incognito while placing Martin as further and further of an outcast.
The story has also taken a few ridiculous turns along the way, and the fact that this has crossed...
With all the attention the Miami Dolphins are getting due to the alleged bullying of offensive lineman Johnathan Martin by teammate Richie Incognito it was inevitable that other odd stories would emerge.
Ever wonder why the Dolphins traded corner back Vontae Davis to the Indianapolis Colts?
It’s because he went to the bathroom too much according to the Miami Herald...
By Matthew Marczi
The past week around the NFL as certainly opened up some eyes as to how a locker room often works. Players have some tough decisions to face on a daily basis, and we may be seeing the beginnings of a shift in the culture in locker rooms all around the league.
Sure, we could talk about Jonathan Martin and the Miami Dolphins or the Richie Incognito's of the league—the...