Found November 12, 2013 on Football Nation:
The issues that continue to revolve around the Miami Dolphins and the alleged bullying incidents between offensive linemen Ritchie Incognito and Jonathan Martin will not go away anytime soon.As the Dolphins took the field Monday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the firestorm still brewing from an incident that was uncovered a week ago was still burning brightly and even open the door for questions about the Dolphins (4-5) losing focus during practice this week – allowing Tampa Bay to get its first win of the season.ESPN knew a good thing when it had it, using the three-plus hours of television as a platform to interview Dolphins owner Stephen Ross about what transpired over the past seven days and how a team embroiled in such turmoil can even think of playing the actually game players are paid to play.It is also safe to say the Jaguars and Buccaneers were all too happy to allow a team that has ridden a roller coaster all year be the subject of more chaos, taking the spotlight...

Report: Jonathan Martin done for the season, likely done in Miami

According to ESPN’s Lisa Salters,  Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin will no longer play this season and is probably done in Miami. THIS JUST IN: Jonathan Martin likely done for year. Source tells @saltersl that Martin wants to play again but feels he can't in Miami. — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 11, 2013 I’m sure Martin won’t have a problem...

Martin could sue Dolphins under employment law

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...

Twitter Bullies Are Harassing The Wrong Jonathan Martin

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...

An Immediate Fix for Floundering Fins Franchise!

Bill CowherIf the Miami Dolphins want to immediately fix the mess that Jeff Ireland and Joe Philbin allowed to take place in the team’s clearly dysfunctional locker room, they should hire fomer NFL GM Charlie Casserly, (even in something of a consultant role if he doesn't want to work full-time).Jon GrudenNext, the Fins should actively pursue either Bill Cowher or Jon Gruden...

Dolphins saga goes on even minus Martin, Incognito

TAMPA, Fla. -- Then there was kickoff. Didn't the past week feel like a bizarre blur, a dreadful dream? All the confusion, nasty accusations, the flawed friendship, undertones of racism ... did you ever wonder when the mess would end? The Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito saga isn't over. Not close. Nor should it be, with more questions to be asked and closure to be gained...

It’s time to stop judging black athletes

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...

Video: Richie Incognito Tells His Side of the Jonathan Martin Story

This Miami Dolphins bullying situation involving Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. We’re barely scratching the surface. What’s lost in all of this is that Miami is without two of their starting offensive linemen, as both […]

Dolphins T Clabo starts in Martin's spot

Tyson Clabo is starting for the Miami Dolphins at right tackle Monday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, filling in for Jonathan Martin, one of two offensive linemen who are the central figures in a bullying saga. Martin, who's listed as inactive, left the team two weeks ago. The NFL is investigating the second-year pro's allegations of daily harassment by teammates...

Dolphins owner Ross vows changes, sets meeting with Martin

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross told reporters Monday that the team will make changes in the aftermath of the Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito scandal that has rocked the organization. Ross called the circumstances surrounding Martin and the suspended Incognito "appalling" and said he will fly to meet Martin for a meeting at an undisclosed location Wednesday. "...

Report: Jonathan Martin will speak very shortly

According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports,  Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin will come out and release his own side of the story after Richie Incognito’s interview with Jay Glazer was aired on Sunday. Garafolo said that Martin’s statement will be done the same way Tiger Woods did his after his fiasco.     Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The...

Dolphins’ Injury Report: Jonathan Martin, Dimitri Patterson, Koa Misi

The Miami Dolphins take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a Monday night Florida fight fest.  The Dolphins take the short seaplane ride north to Tampa Bay for “Battle Florida” so who is in and who is out?  Find out, in your Miami Dolphins Week 10 injury report. The Dolphins have one player out, tackle Jonathan Martin (illness) did not participate.  Offensive lineman Richie Incognito...


Like many, Sharpe is convinced that the Dolphins bullying case doesn’t start and end with Incognito and Martin. After a week of explosive allegations and revelations in the RICHIE COGNITO-JONATHAN MARTIN bullying case, NFL pre-game shows finally got their say so on the mess in Miami. The most passionate response came from NFL on CBS analyst SHANNON SHARPE. This is what Sharpe...

Jonathan Martin to Richie Incognito: “I will murder your whole f****** family”

Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito told Jay Glazer of FOX Sports that Jonathan Martin sent him a threatening text message. The text read, ” I will murder your whole “f****** family.” Martin’s lawyer posted the tweet below. JMart's text 2 Richie Incognito. U decide….. — David Cornwell (@wmdavidcornwell) November 10, 2013 I don...

Report: Jonathan Martin to release video statement perhaps this week

Unless you slept in really, really late Sunday, you probably heard all about Richie Incognito's interview with Fox Sports' Jay Glazer and how the suspended Dolphins guard expressed regret for leaving racial slurs on a voice mail for Jonathan Martin, how his actions toward Martin were done out of love, and how he would hug Martin if given the chance. Whether you believe any...

Scott Raab on Richie Incognito, Jonathan Martin, the media, the Cavs and going for two – WFNY Podcast – 2013-11-11

This week, with the Browns on the bye, Scott and I spent a lot of time talking about things that weren’t specifically related to Cleveland sports. We talked about the ongoing story of the Dolphins. We talked about the word “bullying” vs. the actual harassment. We talked about Richie Incognito and his checkered past. We talked about the culture of football and the culture of...
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