Do you think Miami staff may have been remiss in not curbing it's bullying issues?
Some of the issues seem to be racist and excessive hazing. It seems like some athletes in many teams need more attention from whoever handles player personnel before issues get out of control.
The hazing doesn't bother me as much as the racist taunts and threats to the Martin's family. Not sure what would lead to that and it's never cool to use racial epithets. Incognito has been a bad guy for years. If you're thrown out of two major college football programs, there is a problem (i.e. Nebraska). The Dolphins were desperate for "tough guys" and they went for that weirdo. It may sound terrible, but Martin should have leveled Incognito and this would have stopped immediately. In their world, that's what it takes.
As for the Miami Dolphins, they lack strong veteran players who would curb that nonsense. The organization has been poorly run for years (by GM Jeff Ireland and owner Steven Ross), and it's all coming back to bite them.
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