The person confirmed the meeting to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing.
Martin was first interviewed by Wells for nearly seven hours Nov. 15 in New York. Wells then spent the week of Nov. 18 interviewing Dolphins players, coaches and staff in South Florida, and also met with suspended guard Richie Incognito.
Wells is expected to meet again with some Dolphins players before issuing a report. Martin alleges he was harassed daily by teammates, including Incognito, who has been suspended since Nov. 3.
Martin, a second-year pro from Stanford, has been with family in California undergoing counseling for emotional issues. Last week the Dolphins put him on the reserve/non-football illness list, ending his season.
When Martin abruptly left the team Oct. 28, the Dolphins had lost four consecutive games to fall to 3-4, and the scandal threatened to sink their season. But they're now 6-6 and in contention for an
Wells will determine the role of Coach
Josh McCown will make his fifth start in Cutler's absence, and Trestman couldn't be certain whether Cutler would be available the following week at Cleveland.
"From the work today, it just looks like he's progressing," Trestman said of Cutler. "I haven't talked to him specifically about it, but he seemed to work through the practice very well. He did the things that the trainers have asked him to do, but didn't overdo it."
Cutler has been out with the ankle sprain since the final series of the Bears' 21-19 loss to the
Campbell returned to the field Thursday, the next step in his recovery from a head injury sustained Nov. 24 when he was hurt on a blindside hit by Pittsburgh's
Patriots re-sign Collie
The New England Patriots have re-signed wide receiver Austin Collie.
Collie played four games this season before being released after hurting his knee in a 55-31 win over the
New York Jets wide receiver