Report: Two more Dolphins will speak out against Incognito
Updated On: Nov 17 2013 10:50:51 PM EST
According to a report, two more Dolphins players may come forward to testify against Richie Incognito.
National Football Post reports that one of the players is playing to tell Ted Wells of a threat of physical intimidation.
The other player will reportedly explain how Incognito requested large amounts of money for entertainment activities.
Jonathan Martin met with Wells on Friday in New York.
Martin said he does plan to return to football.
Incognito has filed a grievance against the Dolphins, who suspended him indefinitely following the team's bullying scandal.
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