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November 6th, 2013
06:31 PM ET

Miami Dolphins bullying case widens

Brooke talks to sports editor Dave Zirin about reports that Miami Dolphins' coaches asked player Richie Incognito to "toughen up" a teammate.

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  1. John Tyler Erie, Pa

    When there's big money involved this could end up like the steroid scandal. It could be wide spread amongst other teams in the NFL. Ego's and money don't mix well.

    November 7, 2013 at 8:12 am |
  2. postman11

    arrest this freak and put him in rehab FIRED and if dolpins dont want to act civilized then shut them done for a year,has everbdy gone nuts since this obamme took over.

    November 8, 2013 at 3:24 pm |
  3. Frankie Jefferson

    Hazing /Bullying should not be permitted anywhere, and, or by anyone. A child begin bullying in elementary school, continues through middle and high school. The NFL is an equal job opportunity employer. One does not need to be subjected to this to become a man. You are to be respected for the skills you bring to the profession. The statement, I will kill your family, what did the bully say? The bully is not saying what he said that cause the response. Remember, there is always a cause for an effect to folloy. The bullying is part of the bully's lifestyle. If he is to continue with the NFL, he needs to be an example and made to attend classes for bulllying before returning to play football. And anyone else who feels he cannot be part of the NFL and cannot controll himself should be made to attend classes too, or the NFL should get rid of the bullys.

    November 11, 2013 at 12:45 pm |

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