Incognito, the Dolphins offensive lineman who was suspended for the second half of the regular season after he was accused of bullying Martin, took to Twitter on Wednesday and went on the attack against Martin.
“Dear Jon Martin….. The truth is going to bury you and your entire ‘camp’. You could have told the truth the entire time,” Incognito wrote.
Incognito also referenced the infamous voicemail in which he used the N-word toward Martin. According to a tweet, Incognito, Martin and teammate Brian Hartline had all joked about the voicemail, and Martin’s agent, Ken Zimmerman, was simply stirring up trouble by releasing the voicemail to ESPN.
Incognito described himself as “betrayed” and “railroaded” by Martin.
“I’m ready to move on with my life and career. I’ve been dragged through the mud for months by my ‘best friend,'” Incognito wrote.
What remains unanswered is this: If the truth exonerates Incognito, why did the Dolphins suspend him? And if Incognito did nothing wrong, why did he accept the suspension, instead of fighting it?
Months after Martin left the Dolphins, many questions remain unanswered. Ted Wells, the man the Dolphins appointed to investigate the matter, may answer some of the remaining questions when he releases his long-awaited report.