Jonathan Martin recently sat down with Tony Dungy for an interview. (Peter Kramer/NBC NewsWire/NBCU Photo Bank)
Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito aggressively spoke out against Jonathan Martin during a Wednesday afternoon rant on Twitter.
In his tweets, Incognito claimed Martin -- a fellow Miami Dolphins offensive lineman who alleges he was bullied by Incognito -- was not telling the truth, and that the full story would "bury" the former Stanford star.
In one tweet, Incognito claimed that Martin confided that he was contemplating suicide in 2013 due to poor play.
Martin and Incognito were both starters for the Dolphins until midway through this past season, when Martin left the team and Incognito was suspended due to bullying allegations.
Incognito subsequently stated that he was sorry for some of his comments in the past, but that he has been a "loyal friend and good teammate." This past season, Martin accused Incognito of bullying him during his time in Miami. Incognito was suspended in early November.
Incognito has denied bullying Martin. He claims the two offensive linemen were good friends. A league-sanctioned report on the alleged incident is expected to be released within the next week.
The formerly suspended lineman also referenced an infamous publicly released voicemail, in which Incognito uses racially explicit language in a message for Martin. Incognito claimed in his tweets that he and Martin joked about the voicemail with Miami Dolphins teammate Brian Hartline.
After sending out several tweets over the course of roughly an hour, Martin sent out a final message telling his followers to contact his lawyer with any additional queries.