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Last Sunday, ESPN’s Mike Ditka said that Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin should have punched guard Richie Incognito in the mouth. (Jeff Ireland approved this message. And Ditka previously delivered it to Saints tight end Cam Cleeland after his eye socket was crushed by a sock full of coins in a hazing ritual.)
This week, Ditka continued his attack on the man who didn’t physically attack Incognito.
“I want to say one thing,” Ditka said during ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. “If I was the coach, I wouldn’t have either Incognito, the bully, or the baby, Martin, on my team. That’s me. [Does] that make me right? No. That makes me me. And I would stand up to that, because you don’t do what Martin did and you don’t do want Incognito did. Period.”
That’s all Dikta had to say during a discussion that featured passionate comments from Keyshawn Johnson, Cris Carter, and Tom Jackson regarding the issue of hazing/bullying in the NFL generally and the Miami situation specifically.