According to sources close to the NFL investigation, Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin wanted to get rid of Richie Incognito in 2012 after the player was accused of harassing a volunteer during the team’s charity golf tournament, and now pay per head sportsbooks wonder how things would have worked out for the Dolphins this season if the player would have been removed.
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that one of the more telling pieces of information that were revealed during the hours of interviews made recently by independent investigator Ted Wells, was Philbin’s wish to get rid of the offensive linesman in May 2012.
After the golf event, Philbin – who was hired in January 2012 by the Dolphins – told other people in the organization that he thought that the proper thing to do was to release Incognito.
But according to sources, Philbin’s wishes were refused, and price per head services saw that Incognito remained with the team.
At that time, Philbin’s wishes could help explain why owner Stephen Ross publicly offered his support last month for the coach.
Incognito’s four-game suspension, which was supposed to end on Monday, was extended with pay until the NFL ends its investigation into the team’s workplace.
On November 3, the player was suspended by the Dolphins for detrimental conduct, including using a racial slur against teammate Jonathan Martin and threatening him, and pay per head sportsbooks know very well what followed.
Pay per head sportbooks learned that the agreement was made on November 21, the day Incognito’s grievance hearing with the NFL was scheduled to take place, and that is the reason that he postponed the hearing, according to league sources.
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Pay per head sportsbooks can see that the problems with Incognito do not seem to come to an end, and wonder when they will be properly resolved. They also wonder what the Dolphins’ fans are thinking now that this information was released to the public.