Investigator coming to Miami to interview Dolphins
Updated On: Nov 17 2013 01:03:56 PM EST
The NFL's investigator into the Dolphins bullying scandal will be coming to Miami Monday to interview members of the team.
According to FOX Sports' Jay Glazer, Ted Wells will be staying in Miami for several days conducting interviews.
Wells met with Jonathan Martin in New York on Friday.
Glazer also reported that there would be interest around the NFL in both Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin if the Fins decide to part ways with either lineman.
As for Incognito, his hearing is set for Thursday.
NFL reporter Albert Breer obtained a copy of Incognito's four-page grievance against the Dolphins.
He said Incognito's legal team takes aim at the strategy used by Martin.
In its introduction the grievance reads, "If any conduct has been detrimental to the team, it is the manner in which Mr. Martin's representatives, including Mr. (David) Cornwell on behalf of his client, have elected to vilify Mr. Incognito and the entire Dolphins organization in the court of public opinion."
Incognito's hearing is expected to be in South Florida.
Incognito is trying to recover lost wages during his suspension.
For each week that he misses, Incognito loses $235, 294.12 of his $4 million base salary.
Incognito claims he was not given proper warning by the Dolphins.
By early December, the Dolphins either have to reinstate Incognito or release him.
At that point, only the league can extend hi suspension under conduct detrimental.
Martin was seen at the Stanford game last night.
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