Friday, November 15, 2013

Jonathan Martin says nothing while arriving for 'bullying' meeting with NFL's investigator 

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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