On Friday, Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin underwent seven hours of investigation with league investigator Tedd Wells. Upon leaving Wells’ New York office, Martin was confronted by reporters.
Making his first public statement since the bullying saga took over the NFL headlines, Martin declined to provide any information.
“I do not intend to discuss this matter publicly at this time . . .” Martin said, via Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports. “This is the right way to handle this matter.”
From the sounds of it, he is going to let his attorney handle all matters.
While Martin has refused to provide the public with any sort of information regarding his end of the story, Richie Incognito sat down with FOX Sports recently for a video interview.
Wells is currently investigating both players for the events that transpired with the Miami Dolphins.