Miami Dolphins Put Jonathan Martin on Non-Football Injury List

The offensive tackle was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list Saturday.

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    Jonathan Martin's season is officially over.

    The Miami Dolphins put the troubled offensive tackle on the reserve/non-football illness list Saturday, freeing up his roster spot so safety D.J. Campbell could be promoted from the team's practice squad.

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    The move was not unexpected. Martin left the Dolphins on Oct. 28, the start of what became an explosive probe into allegations that a culture of bullying was around the team and inside its locker room.

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    Offensive lineman Richie Incognito was suspended Nov. 3 for his alleged role in the turmoil. Media reports Friday said the Dolphins and Incognito agreed to extend his suspension past the four-week window typically allowed by league rule, and that Incognito would resume getting paid.

    Investigator Ted Wells' probe of the team and its workplace environment is ongoing.

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