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A smiling Jonathan Martin said nothing to reporters as he entered a Midtown Manhattan law office early Friday morning. The Miami Dolphins offensive lineman was scheduled to meet with Ted Wells, the prominent attorney appointed by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to review charges that Martin's teammates verbally and physically abused him.Martin's lawyer, David Cornwell, maintained that Martin endured a "malicious physical attack and "daily vulgar comments."Martin and a companion arrived at Wells’ Manhattan office and were met by a crush of cameras and reporters. The "bullied" lineman smiled but did not respond to questions while entering the building.Teammate Richie Incognito was suspended indefinitely by the Dolphins for his role in the alleged mistreatment. Incognito has denied any wrongdoing, and filed a non-injury grievance against the Dolphins for suspending him.
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There was a report Martin was being treated for depression and was really hurting over the situation that caused him to leave the Dolphins.
At least for one night he seems to be having a good time. He declined an interview.
Jonathan Martin on Stanford Sidelines
H/T Bleacher Report
Jonathan Martin could sue the Miami Dolphins for big money under a variety of workplace laws that make employers liable for bullying, harassment and discrimination - even if the team's hierarchy didn't know about it, according to several legal experts.
Less likely would be criminal charges against offensive lineman Richie Incognito, who was suspended by the Dolphins after...
Miami Dolphins lineman Jonathan Martin has arrived at the office of the NFL lawyer investigating the team's bullying scandal.
The league is trying to gather information about the harassment Martin says he was subjected to by teammate Richie Incognito.
Martin and a companion arrived at lawyer Ted Wells' Manhattan office building Friday and were met by a crush of reporters...
Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin spent over seven hours being interviewed by the NFL on Friday. After the interview was over, Martin didn't have much to say, but he did promise that he would eventually be 'resuming my career in the National Football League."
Martin met with attorney Ted Wells, the man appointed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Nov...
Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin met with NFL investigator Ted Wells on Friday in New York City to discuss his complaints of harassment and bullying from his Dolphins teammates. Martin did not say much after his meeting, but he did issue a brief prepared statement to the media. “Today’s meeting is consistent with my […]
Jonathan Martin of the Miami Dolphins is embroiled in a nasty bullying, harassment case with his teammate, Richie Incognito.
Jonathan Martin of the New York Times is a tiny figure of a man, who is a political reporter during the day.
The journalist Jonathan Martin is hearing from fake tough guys across the country who don’t realize that he’s not the Jonathan Martin at the center...
Spirit Airlines, well-known for incorporating controversies, scandals and current pop culture stories into its advertising campaigns, has drawn the ire of the National Football League Players Association for an ad that makes light of the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin bullying mess that has been drawing unwanted headlines and attention for both the NFL and the Miami […]The post...
NEW YORK — Miami Dolphins lineman Jonathan Martin has arrived at the office of the NFL lawyer investigating the team’s bullying scandal.
The league is trying to gather information about the harassment that Martin says he was subjected to by teammate Richie Incognito.
Martin and a companion arrived at lawyer Ted Wells‘ Manhattan office building Friday and were met by a crush...
Many people would agree that Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin is a victim of racism. It has been reported that the text messages and voice mails he received from fellow offensive lineman Richie Incognito were threatening and had racial overtones.
But, if there hadn’t been any racial aspects to the messages and voice mails, would the threats and violent attitudes...
After getting the news this morning, the Miami Dolphins will be entering phase two the NFL investigation of Jonathan Martin's harassment claims as players and coaches will be interviewed in the next couple of days.
The Dolphins are coming into today's game versus the San Diego Chargers with a glimmer of hope coming off a three point loss to the winless Buccaneers who...
via New York Daily News
Estranged Miami Dolphin Jonathan Martin spent almost seven hours providing details to the NFL counsel that is investigating his claims of harassment by his teammates on the Dolphins. Following the meeting, Martin read a statement saying he still wants to play football and won’t be discussing this matter further.
“Although I went into great detail with...
As expected, Dolphins guard Richie Incognito, who was suspended indefinitely earlier this month for conduct detrimental to the team, filed a grievance against the Dolphins to recover his lost weekly salary of $235,294.12.
In that grievance, Incognito's legal team takes aim at Jonathan Martin, who left the team last month amid allegations that Incognito bulled him, and Martin...
According to ProFootballTalk.com, NFL investigator Ted Wells plans on heading down to Miami to interview players within the Dolphins organization.
Ted Wells' plan is to go to Miami and start meeting with Dolphins players next week, per league source.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 15, 2013
Wells met with Jonathan Martin today to get his side of the story....
Dolphins Digest's Alain Poupart and SD Bolt Report's Michael Lombardo continue their back-and-forth previewing this week's showdown in Miami. In this installment, we cover the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin firestorm, Ryan Tannehill's progress, the Dolphins' defensive playmakers and the race for the AFC's second wildcard spot.