League investigator Ted Wells spent more than seven hours on Friday talking with Jonathan Martin about the Dolphins bullying scandal. Now, ProFootballTalk is reporting that Wells is planning to meet with other Dolphins players.
According to the report, offensive linemen in particular will be asked to speak about their experiences working with Martin and Richie Incognito, who is accused of harassing Martin before Martin left the team.
After meeting with Wells, Martin finally broke his silence to say he will not be speaking publicly about the situation at this time.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross pledged the team's full cooperation while the league conducts its investigation. BURKE: Jonathan Martin after meeting with NFL: ‘I do not intend to discuss this publicly’