Wells interviewed 'every Dolphins player, coach' in investigation

Stephen Ross, right, and Jeff Ireland were thanked by Ted Wells. (USATSI)
Stephen Ross, right, and Jeff Ireland were thanked by Ted Wells. (USATSI)

All week long, attorney Ted Wells has been in Miami, interviewing Dolphins players and investigating the alleged hazing and bullying that has gone on in the locker room and which was revealed by the Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin scandal.

On Saturday night, Wells released a statement saying his opening round of interviews with the team is complete.

Said Wells: "We have concluded our initial round of interviews with the Miami Dolphins and spent time with every player and coach, as well as key staff members and management. Our work will continue over the next few weeks. I want to thank [owner] Stephen Ross, the Dolphins organization and its players, coaches and staff for their complete cooperation throughout this process."

Last week, Wells spent seven hours with Martin, and there was an NFL.com report that Wells interviewed Incognito for more than eight hours over the span of two days this week. General manager Jeff Ireland also reportedly talked to Wells for between two to three hours.

The Miami Herald writes that most player interviews lasted about 15 minutes while center Mike Pouncey's chat took about an hour and offensive line coach Jim Turner talked for about two hours.

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