It used to be that NFL players were paid to bully each other, but this is a new day;
Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin hasn't complained to the organization about bullying by other players.
Martin left the Dolphins on Oct. 28 to receive help for emotional issues, raising questions about the role teasing from teammates played in his sudden departure.
"The notion of bullying is based on speculation and has not been presented to us as a concern from Jonathan or anyone else internally," the team said in a statement Sunday. "The Miami Dolphins, including coach Joe Philbin and Jonathan's teammates, have been in communication with Jonathan and his family since his departure from the club, and continue to be in contact. Our primary concern for Jonathan is his overall health and well-being."If he wasn't bullied before, he will be as soon as he returns to the team...by the guys across the line from him.
Also, politics is too bean bag!
We must be in the final days of Seattle’s mayoral race.
State Sen. Ed Murray held his second news conference in 24 hours Saturday morning, responding to last-minute campaign maneuvering by Mayor Mike McGinn and his supporters. They caused a stir online this week, reacting to a Washington Post story about Murray’s campaign contributions from Comcast and some Planned Parenthood robo-calls in support of Murray that went out on Tuesday.
Murray’s campaign, which has seemed comfortably in the lead, seemed less certain Saturday as the Senate Democratic leader accused McGinn’s campaign of “harassment” and “cyberbullying” because some of the mayor’s supporters put on Facebook the cell phone number of a Planned Parenthood staff member.Bold by HSIB.