NFL independent investigator Ted Wells has spent the week in Miami, meeting with various Dolphins employees, coaches and players regarding the allegations of second-year tackle Jonathan Martin.
According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, center Mike Pouncey and tackle Tyson Clabo have acknowledged meeting with Wells. Neither provided many details, although Pouncey said that he watched Sunday’s game (he was ill) at home with suspended guard Richie Incognito.
Incognito will be in town on Thursday and beyond, as his grievance hearing commences. He’s trying to force an ending to his suspension for conduct detrimental to the team.
It’s unclear how much longer Wells will stay in Miami, and it remains to be seen whether Wells eventually will meet with players and employees who spent 2012 in Miami and moved on, such as tackle Jake Long (now in St. Louis), linebacker Karlos Dansby (now in Arizona), and running back Reggie Bush (now in Detroit).