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Miami Dolphins need to cut Jonathan Martin, and bring Richie back

Player after player has been interviewed by the media and each and everyone has supported the Miami Dolphins “So-Called” bully.  It is funny to hear guys like Tyson Clabo, Brian Hartline, Ryan Tannehill, Cam Wake and others all defend Richie Incognito.  Tyson Clabo unleashed on the former Stanford tackle.

“I think if you have a problem with somebody — a legitimate problem with somebody — you should say, ‘I have a problem with this,’ and stand up and be a man,” Dolphins offensive tackle Tyson Clabo said. “I don’t think what happened is necessary. I don’t know why he’s doing this. And the only person who knows why is Jonathan Martin.”

Brian Hartline even defended Incognito to a bigger aspect.  He said the infamous voicemail to Martin is ugly and offensive to most, they were able to look the other way.

“I never thought it was a death threat,” Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline said. “I never thought he was actually going to do the things he said. If you can’t take validity from one part of the voice mail, how do you take validity from the whole voice mail? You can’t pick and choose what parts count and which parts don’t count.”

I honestly feel the best case scenario for the Dolphins is to put Jonathan Martin on the waivers and bring back Richie Incognito.  Maybe suspend Incognito for a game or two and let him come back.  The team will be happy.

It sounds like the rest of the Dolphins locker room has good camaraderie, which is needed.  Jonathan Martin is the odd man out.

Martin’s agent is not helping the matter, saying that he is co-operating with the NFL, and now claiming there are more players in the locker room that picked on him.  I guess he shouldn’t be in the NFL anymore.  Time for the Dolphins to move on from the situation. If I was the GM, I would cut him and suspend Incognito for 2 games. Bring him back and let Tyson Clabo fill in for Martin.

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