Some Dolphins reportedly 'uncooperative' in NFL investigation

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

With the NFL investigating allegations of hazing in the Miami locker room, some players have been less than cooperative when interviewed.

Some Miami Dolphins players are not being fully cooperative with the NFL's investigation into apparent hazing, according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora.

According to the report, some players have refused to cooperate at all with NFL investigator Ted Wells, as the league continues to look into a scandal involving former offensive linemen Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin. Wells has been beyond meticulous in his investigation, speaking with both Martin and Incognito for over eight hours in separate interviews and it is expected that every player on the team will be asked to sit down and answer questions.

Incognito has also filed a grievance against the Dolphins, which is on hold during the investigation, while the team is still considering whether to fully suspend Incognito or to reinstate him. The Dolphins, who originally denied any knowledge of the situation and attempted to downplay how serious the matter was, suspended Incognito once evidence was made public that at least some of Martin's claims of abuse and hazing might be true.

Wells released a statement on Saturday thanking the Dolphins management and players for their cooperation in the investigation and saying that it will continue for at least the next several weeks.

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