It was not long ago, when the Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said that he doesn’t expect either Jonathan Martin or guard Richie Incognito to return to the team in 2014, the Dolphins have a much better chance of getting trade value for Martin if other teams believe that the Dolphins keeping Martin is a viable alternative.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that, during a meeting at the Scouting Combine with Martin’s agents, the Dolphins expressed an interest in having Martin return. Martin’s camp reportedly declined.
La Canfora adds that, during the meeting, coach Joe Philbin blamed Martin’s agents for causing the controversy to reach the boiling point it has occupied, on multiple occasions. It sounds like the head coach of the Dolphins does not want Martin back, and I honestly don’t feel this will end pretty in Miami.
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