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Dolphins owner breaks silence on bullying incident

MIAMI  --  The Miami Dolphins owner, Stephen Ross, has broken the team's two week wall of silence about the bullying scandal.

What's going on is really something that couldn't have been a worse nightmare.
Jonathan Martin left the Dolphins two weeks ago and checked into a hospital for emotional distress.
   
He says he was bullied and hazed by his fellow lineman Richie Incognito.
Incognito has been suspended from the team and an investigation is underway.
   
Before the Dolphins' game last night, Ross said he didn't know about Incognito's crude text messages and voicemail's to martin

Until they came out in the media - and neither did head Coach Joe Philbin.

I know this is so appalling to me. I want to know that our workplace going forward will be the best workplace that you can find in the NFL..

The NFL says its investigation will extend to the Dolphins coaches and the support staff.