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Tough break for the NFL to have its most enticing primetime game of either last week or this week fall on Halloween, when single people are busy getting hammered and flirty while married people with young kids are stuck squiring their kids through the neighborhood for at least the early part of the evening.Of course, the result may end up being a disaster since these teams are trending in opposite directions. The Bengals have won four straight with the Dolphins having lost that many in a row. At least you can say for Miami that they’ve been in the last three games – in fact, they held a 17-3 halftime lead over the Patriots in Gillette Stadium on Sunday. Unfortunately, they didn’t bother to score again the rest of the game and fell 27-17.Andy Dalton earned AFC Offensive Player of the Month in October with an pretty impressive stretch the last three weeks (11 TDs and 2 INTs) whereas Ryan Tannehill has six turnovers in the two games following Miami’s Week 6 bye.To compound the Dolphins...
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Bullying is becoming a growing problem in our nation, and I personally don’t see the need for it.Nothing good ever comes from bullying and over time the victim just can’t take any more.Sometimes the ending result is horrific and sometimes the ending result is a learning lesson for all.It took one and a half years for Jonathan Martin to finally say no to the bullying he had been...
The Miami Dolphins are going to be hurting tonight against the pass rush. Shoot they would have hurt with Johnahan “TurnStyle” Martin in the game as well. Today the Dolphins put out a tweet confirming that Martin will not in fact play in tonight’s game. Miami Dolphins @MiamiDolphins1m The team has also downgraded OT Jonathan Martin […]
According to the Palm Beach Post, several Miami Dolphins players deny harassing offensive lineman Jonathan Martin. Offensive lineman Nate Garner says it was normal stuff that wasn’t serious. Martin even posted a message on Facebook that read: “Happy Halloween! Don’t believe everything you read.” It sounds like Martin may not have been harrarssed but may have snapped for...
More reports continue to surface involving Miami Dolphins Jonathan Martin leaving the team with issues of bullying among him and teammates. Many of the players deny any form of major bullying hinting Martin may be dealing with stress and personal issues.
An incident that occurred in the teams cafeteria seemed to be the last straw for Martin as he went to sit down with teammates...
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin left the team this week to receive professional assistance for emotional issues, a person familiar with the situation said, and was ruled out of Thursday night's game against Cincinnati.
Martin was with relatives, and his issues didn't involve any problems with the coaching staff, the person said. The person spoke to The Associated Press...
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin has left the team indefinitely after what a teammate described as an “emotional breakdown.”
NFL Media’s Jeff Darlington reported that Martin sought help help via a local hospital and his family after being the victim of a prank at the Dolphins’ team cafeteria. The details of the prank are unknown, but Darlington reported...
The NFLPA is looking into Jonathan Martin’s situation with the Miami Dolphins and has investigated claims that the former second-round draft pick out of Stanford is being bullied. One report says the NFLPA is examining Dolphins guard Richie Incognito for his alleged treatment of Martin. According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Incognito has been identified as […]
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin hasn't complained to the organization about bullying by other players.
Martin left the Dolphins on Oct. 28 to receive help for emotional issues, raising questions about the role teasing from teammates played in his sudden departure.
"The notion of bullying is based on speculation and has not been presented to us as a concern from Jonathan...
Over the last few hours I’ve read numerous articles claiming that Richie Incognito is a bully. Every article I read his said that Richie Incognito called Jonathan Martin names was acting as a bully in the locker room for the Miami Dolphins. So I contacted a few guys to find out. I spoke with three […]
The NFLPA announced on Saturday that it will not be investigating the circumstances surrounding the absence of Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin. A media report this week had suggested that the NFLPA was going to investigate the role Richie Incognito may have played in Martin's decision to leave the team.
Martin left the the team's facilities on Oct. 28 after a cafeteria...
We mentioned earlier that the NFLPA is investigating Richie Incognito’s involvement in the alleged harassment of Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin.
What’s really interesting is that Incognito sent text messages to Martin after he left the Dolphins to check up on him.
According to Jeff Darlington of the NFL Network, Martin responded to Incognito’s text messages.
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin loves playing football.
But what a source told FOX Sports was an abusive environment that developed during Martin's 1 1/2 seasons with the Dolphins led to him taking a personal leave of absence to spend time with his family.
Martin left Dolphins headquarters on Monday when finally reaching his limit with the persistent bullying and teasing...
Though Richie Incognito reportedly is being examined by the NFLPA for his alleged bullying of Miami Dolphins teammate Jonathan Martin, the two apparently are on a good enough basis where they’re texting with each other. NFL Network reporter Jeff Darlington says Martin on Friday sent text messages back to Incognito, who reached out to find […]
Jonathan Martin has gone AWOL from the Miami Dolphins and is currently receiving treatment in a facility, according to a report. FOX Football Daily’s Jay Glazer reported that Martin, who has not practiced with the team this week, was the victim of a prank inside the team’s cafeteria on Monday. According to Glazer, the players […]
Dolphins tackle seeks treatment after cafeteria incident, Jay