With Jonathan Martin the subject of reported bullying from some Miami teammates, various Dolphins players rallied early Friday around the inactive tackle, who is receiving professional assistance for emotional issues.
The Miami coaching staff declined to provide much clarity following the team’s 22-20 overtime win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but several members of the team lined up to express their support for Martin, 24.
“Obviously, we care about J-Mart a lot; we just want him to be all right,” said Dolphins right tackle Tyson Clabo, who replaced Martin in the starting lineup Thursday against the Bengals. “I want him to come back to work. He’s a talented, young football player. I can’t say what he’s feeling. But I know if and when he wants to come back, I will be there to shake his hand.”
Source: James Walker, ESPN.com