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Richie Incognito blasts Jonathan Martin in series of tweets

Richie Incognito blasts Jonathan Martin in series of tweets
Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito (68) and tackle Jonathan Martin (71) during practice in July. (Lynne Sladky / Associated Press)

Richie Incognito, who was suspended by the Miami Dolphins last season after being accused of bullying teammate Jonathan Martin, apparently decided Wednesday that it was time to vent some frustration.

The guard sent out a series of tweets Wednesday, criticizing Martin.

After the tweets, Incognito released a statement to NFL Media columnist Michael Silver, saying:
"The facts clearly show the allegations are false and there was no bullying. Just banter both ways between two good friends. I intend to do as I always have: focus on doing the best job I can for my team and fans and helping my team win. I will have no other comment until the Wells report is issued."
The Wells report refers to the independent investigation the NFL asked for to look into the alleged bullying of Martin by Incognito. That report is expected to be released sometime in the next two weeks.
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