“The Miami locker room that was clearly on Incognito’s side in this whole affair will not be a suitable place for Martin to make his return,” Salguero writes. “He’ll be traded to the highest bidder at some point in the offseason.”
Martin is still involved in the NFL’s ongoing review of the bullying situation involving Martin and G Richie Incognito. With this in mind, it’s hard to imagine that the Dolphins will find a lot of interest in Martin this offseason.
Martin has consistently under performed since entering the NFL and has been over matched no matter where he lined up for Miami. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 65 qualifying offensive tackle this season and as the No. 76 offensive tackle in 2012.
As for Incognito, Salguero expects the Dolphins to reach an agreement that will extend his suspension through the end of the season. Miami can only suspend Incognito through next week, but given the current situation, it’s probably best for both sides to keep their distance until after the season.