Bryant McKinnie sticks up for Richie Incognito

Said Jonathan Martin handled issue in wrong manner. Aaron Wilson

Print This February 18, 2014, 02:04 PM EST

Even though Ted Wells found that Richie Incognito bullied Jonathan Martin, fellow Miami Dolphin Bryant McKinnie stood up for the troubled former Pro Bowl guard.

Speaking on SiriusXM Radio, McKinnie said Martin handled the situation poorly and that he never witnessed any bullying in the locker room.

“I don’t feel like ‘bullying’ is the term because nobody physically harmed him or made him do anything,” McKinnie said on-air. “He always had an option to say yes or no. It was never that he got bullied like he feared for his life. I just feel like he went about it the wrong way and didn’t communicate properly with the proper people."

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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