The NFL Players Association released a statement regarding Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin and the incident that caused him to leave the team for personal issues. The statement said that the union has not launched an investigation into fellow offensive lineman Richie Incognito or other specific Dolphins players.
Martin reportedly left the team after an incident in the cafeteria in which his fellow players were playing a prank on him. He is seeking "professional help" and is expected to be away from the team for multiple weeks while working through the personal issues.
Incognito's name surfaced in an ESPN report that suggested he was specifically being targeted in an investigation by the Players Association. The two had apparently exchanged texts, according to ESPN, in which Martin did not blame Incognito for the incident, saying it's "just the culture around football, and the locker room got to me a little."
The union did say that they are going to stay in close touch with the Dolphins organization as the "information develops," and that they take these kinds of investigations very seriously. However, it sounds like there is no truth to the rumor that a specific player is being targeted as the source of Martin's issues.