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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Damning Evidence From Defenders of Incognito

While trying to defend their Dolphins teammate Richie Incognito from charges that he harassed and intimidated Jonathan Martin, players are unwittingly giving damning evidence of the NFL's hostile workplaces.

Here's one example, former Dolphins OL Lydon Murtha, who blithely describes what constitute Federal offenses: "What fans should understand is that every day in the NFL there are battles between players worse than what’s being portrayed. This racial slur would be a blip on the radar if everything that happens in the locker room went public." He adds: "It's an Animal House."
Is a subpoena in his future?

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