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The Ted Wells report was released on Friday, and it revealed that former Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito had bullied fellow offensive lineman Jonathan Martin.
Mike Pouncey and John Jerry, who were also starters on the Dolphins' offensive line, joined Incognito in harassing Martin. Incognito was suspended in November for the remainder of the 2013 season.
Ever since the report was released, Incognito went on a tirade on Twitter. According to USA Today, he criticized the media, retweeted hateful tweets and posted a suicide hotline number in reference to Martin reportedly considering killing himself.
Incognito returned to Twitter on Monday to apologize for "acting like a big baby," according to ESPN. He then went on to apologize to Martin, saying, "You are still my brother," and finished his tweet by saying, "No hard feelings."
The NFL Players' Association has not stated whether there will be further punishment administered toward Incognito. He will be a free agent when the free agency period begins March 11.
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