A portion of Ted Wells's investigation into the Miami Dolphins locker room focuses on offensive line coach Jim Turner. According to the report, Turner was aware of much of the harassment suffered by Jonathan Martin and another anonymous teammate at the hands of his players, and in one case even participated in the…
Included in Ted Wells's investigation into the Jonathan Martin bullying case is a series of messages Jonathan Martin wrote to his mother and father detailing the the extreme mental distress he felt while a member of the Dolphins. While the outward-facing Martin may have been bro-ishly friendly with Incognito, the…
Hey, it's been a few days since we've had a report about what a gigantic shit head Richie Incognito is. So here's this, from Jason Cole at the National Football Post.
You know what this Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin mess could use? Some levity. So let's take a moment to laugh at how dumb people on the internet are.
During his interview with Jay Glazer that aired on Fox today, Richie Incognito revealed that he had also received joking text messages from Jonathan Martin that could, out of context, appear to be threatening.
Richie Incognito spoke publicly about his role in the bullying of Jonathan Martin for the first time today. He was interviewed by Fox Sports' Jay Glazer, who's given Incognito MMA training and has a personal and (presumed) business relationship with him. The interview was a fucking joke.
We were sitting around in Jimmy's* room one night during second semester and Jimmy told me I had to have a nickname. I was excited for this. I really wanted a nickname. I thought having a nickname would make me cool as shit. Maybe my nickname would be Margarita, which kind of sounded like my last name! Or maybe it…
More light has been shed on the nature of Miami Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito's harassment of his teammate, Jonathan Martin, and it's just as ugly as you expected.
Since second-year offensive lineman Jonathan Martin's "emotional breakdown" on Thursday, there's been more reporting about the atmosphere in the Miami Dolphins' locker room, and the circumstances that may have contributed to Martin leaving the team. The details are ugly.
The New York Times has one of the saddest fatherhood stories of the year: A man whose gay son killed himself was walking across the country to denounce bullying. Then, another tragedy. [New York Times]
"The Long Island woman arrested on charges she encouraged two 12-year-old girls, one of them her own daughter, to fight outside a local school is speaking out, saying she allowed the fight to protect her daughter.
Brian Shane is a 15-year-old "highly functioning autistic" boy. The tale-of-the-tape lists him at 5-foot-10, 175 pounds. He gets picked on a lot at South Richmond High in Tottenville, Staten Island. In the last five instances of bullying turned physical, he's 0-5. The sanctioning body School District hasn't stepped…
Casey Heynes, the Australian schoolboy whose bully beatdown so entertained us last week, went on the local version of A Current Affair. But we much prefer the sitdown interview with Ritchard, the bully, who shows no remorse — until prompted by his offscreen mother or lawyer.
It's been a day since the Internet was introduced to Casey Heynes, the Australian kid who struck back against a bully. In Internet time, a day's an eternity, so let's bring you up to date.
Casey's had enough. The bigger kid on the right "has been bullied his whole school life," says the video description, "and this is what happens when he snaps!!" Hence the jackknife powerbomb. The Facebook commenters are universally in his corner, as we all should be, but the school didn't see it that way: Casey was…