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NFL investigator done with his interviews of Miami Dolphins

Work on investigation of bullying charges to continue

The Associated Press

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The lawyer conducting the NFL’s investigation into possible bullying among the Miami Dolphins wrapped up an opening series of interviews with every player and coach, along with others who work for the team.

A statement released Saturday by Ted Wells’ law firm added: “Our work will continue over the next few weeks.”

The league had not given an indication how long the inquiry might last.

Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin says he was harassed daily by teammates, including fellow offensive lineman Richie Incognito. Martin left the Dolphins on Oct. 28. Incognito was suspended indefinitely by the team on Nov. 3.


• Jaguars defensive end Jeremy Mincey will miss the game Sunday at Houston because of a violation of team rules. Mincey has 14 tackles and two sacks this season.

• The Raiders have promoted wide receiver Greg Jenkins from the practice squad and placed Juron Criner on season-ending injured reserve with a shoulder injury.

• Three injured Colts will not travel with the team to Arizona. Fullback Stanley Havili (concussion) and cornerback Greg Toler (groin), both starters, will be held out of the game. Backup linebacker Kavell Conner (ankle) also will miss the game.

• The Packers have placed cornerback Casey Hayward (hamstring) on injured reserve.

• The Rams have activated rookie safety T.J. McDonald from injured reserve-designated for return and placed cornerback Cortland Finnegan and quarterback Brady Quinn, a former Seahawk, on IR.

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