Jonathan Martin won't play for the rest of the 2013 season. (Joe Rimkus Jr./Getty Images)
The Dolphins placed offensive tackle Jonathan Martin on the reserve/non-football illness list on Saturday, thus ending his 2013 season, according to Field Yates of ESPN.com.
Richie Incognito — who allegedly bullied Martin, leading to Martin leaving the team — was initially suspended without pay, but he has agreed to stay away from the team while the NFL-led investigation continues.
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The Dolphins have avoided commenting publicly while Ted Wells, the NFL-appointed investigator, continues to look into the allegations.
There's a chance Incognito could return to the Dolphins for the final two games of the season, Fox Sports' Mike Garafolo reported on Friday.
The move to put Martin on the reserve/non-football illness list was made to free up a roster spot, and it allows Miami to curtail Martin's salary, according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora.
The Dolphins (5-6) are 2-2 since Martin left the team, and they will visit the Jets on Sunday in an AFC East matchup with potential playoff implications.
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