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Report: Dolphins Could Open The 2014 Season With A New Offensive Line

Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that there is a “growing belief around the league that the Dolphins will be without a single offensive lineman on opening day 2014 who was the Game 1 starter in 2013.”

This, of course, comes after the release of the Ted Wells report regarding the bullying accusations from Jonathan Martin against Richie Incognito.

According to Wells’ report, Incognito Mike Pouncey and John Jerry all engaged “in a pattern of harassment” towards teammates.

Beasley mentions there is a chance that the NFL could disciple all three of players for their actions, which include suspensions and/or fines.

Beasley adds that Pouncey could be suspended for “at least the start of this coming season,” and leagues sources mentioned that he could receive anywhere from a one to four-game suspension as he attempted to mislead investigators.

With this in mind, it appears as though the Dolphins could start the 2014 season with an entirely new offensive line.

I’m sure we’ll be hearing more regarding possible suspensions and a potential Martin trade in the coming weeks.

 

 

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