Kevin Coyle, Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator, defended Joe Philbin’s management style after the team’s bullying scandal, and pay per head services wonder when this issue will come to an end.
Pay per head services found out that on Monday, Coyle agreed to talk with an NFL special investigator who spent all of last week questioning players, coaches, and others.
“When you know what you’re doing is right, and how you’re doing it is as good as what I believe anybody in this league does — and I believe that’s how we do things here and how we operate here — then there’s no reason not to be able to tell whoever exactly what you’re all about and what the organization is all about,” Coyle said. “I’m happy to talk to anybody, because I think Coach Philbin and we do things better than most people in any sport.”
Attorney Ted Wells is looking at allegations made by tackle Jonathan Martin that teammates harassed him on a daily basis – especially guard Richie Incognito. Pay per head services learned that Wells is trying to determine the role of Philbin, his staff, and management in the bullying scandal.
And pay per head services know that one issue is if anyone on the coaching staff gave orders to Incognito to “toughen up” Martin, who last year became a starter as a rookie but at times played poorly. On October 28, Martin left the Dolphins, and on November 3, Incognito was suspended indefinitely.
According to a person familiar to the situation, Wells will most likely interview Martin for a second time, and pay per head services would like to see what will happen this time around. The second interview will probably take place in California or New York City in the first week of December. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity due to the confidential nature of the details.
Mike Sherman, offensive coordinator, refused to talk about the interview he had with Wells.
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“I’m going to save those comments until the investigation is over, and I’ll answer any question you want — any question,” Sherman said. “I will have plenty to say at that point.”