The lawyer conducting the NFL’s investigation into possible bullying among the Miami Dolphins wrapped up an opening series of interviews with every player and coach, along with others who work for the team.
A statement released Saturday by Ted Wells’ law firm added: “Our work will continue over the next few weeks.”
The league had not given an indication how long the inquiry might last.
Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin says he was harassed daily by teammates, including fellow offensive lineman Richie Incognito. Martin left the Dolphins on Oct. 28. Incognito was suspended indefinitely by the team on Nov. 3.
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