Report: Richie Incognito, Dolphins players harassed team staffer
According to a report, Richie Incognito and "at least" one more Dolphins player harassed members of the team's staff.
The troubles of the Miami Dolphins are well documented. And now they extend beyond merely the alleged harassment of a female employee and the alleged bullying of Jonathan Martin: according to a report Richie Incognito and at least one other Dolphins player harassed a Dolphins team employee.
Jason Cole of the National Football Post reports that Incognito and "at least one other" Dolphins player "mocked the ethnic background of a team staff member and made crude jokes about the staff member’s wife."
Additionally, Cole reports "Incognito would sometimes dress in garb from the staff member’s culture and then make profane jokes about that culture" and that another player "joined in on the antics, creating an extremely uncomfortable environment for the staff member."
The worst part, though? Cole's report that "Incognito said on a number of occasions that the staff member’s wife had sexual relationships with several members of the team."
Needless to say, none of those (alleged) things are remotely appropriate for a professional work environment. Cole reports that "team staff members" saw this behavior and that it went about without being stopped by team staff or the front office.
Owner Stephen Ross recently said he was "appalled" and was clearly upset by the recent developments surrounding his team. It's not likely that these recent ones will make him feel any better.
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