The meeting between Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin and Ted Wells, the independent investigator appointed by the NFL for the investigation into what went on between Martin, suspended Dolphins guard Richie Incognito and others in the Dolphins organization, is underway.
Martin arrived at Wells’ office in Manhattan along with attorney David Cornwell on Friday morning. As WPLG in Miami reports, Martin continued his public silence since Incognito’s suspension by refusing to comment on his way into the meeting.
Martin is also expected to meet with Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, a meeting that was originally scheduled for earlier this week but was postponed until after the meeting with Wells at Wells’ request.
When Wells was announced as the lead investigator, the league said that the findings of the report will be made public. There’s no specific timetable in place for Wells to wrap up the investigation or issue the report.
Incognito filed a grievance against the Dolphins on Thursday challenging their grounds for suspending him for conduct detrimental to the team.