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NFL Bullying Investigation Continues

As he pushed through a crowd of media outside NFL headquarters, Jonathan Martin smiled, but was silent.
As he pushed through a crowd of media outside NFL headquarters, Jonathan Martin smiled, but was silent.

Apparently saving his words for independent investigator Tom Wells waiting inside.

The focus of Friday's meeting is likely gathering physical evidence - like texts and voice mails, establishing facts, and a timeline for the alleged abuse.

On the opposite side of the controversy:

Martin's teammate -Richie Icognito- who has said he was joking with his friend, when he left a profanity laced, voicemail for Martin, that included a threat, and racial slur.

Thursday Incognito filed a grievance requesting an expedited hearing on his indefinite suspension by the Dolphins for conduct detrimental to the team.

The league collective bargaining agreement only allows a four week suspension, plus an additional paycheck for detrimental conduct.

"We want to know the truth," said Tom Garfinkel.

Also in the spotlight of the investigation, the Dolphins organization. There continues to be questions about when, and how much, coaches, management and the team owner knew about the situation in the locker room.

Steve Ross, Miami Dolphins Owner said, "We want to get the bottom of it. we want to hear what the real facts are. there has been so much said to date i don't think anybody really knows what has happened."

Something the independent investigator says could take a month to figure out.
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