As the NFL investigates the Miami Dolphins' situation, the NFL Players Association continues to monitor the situation.
They have reportedly asked for a meeting between indefinitely suspended offensive guard Richie Incognito's agents and the agent for offensive tackle Jonathan Martin, who has accused Incognito of bullying him and leaving a racially-charged voice mail on his phone.
NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith issued the following statement today:
"I continue to be in touch with players in Miami, their representatives and player leadership, and I look forward to information that defines the full scope of the NFL's investigation. Every NFL player should expect safe and professional working conditions. The NFLPA has taken steps to ensure that every one of our affected members is represented. It is our duty as a union to learn the full facts, protect the interests of players involved and hold management accountable to the highest standards of fairness and transparency."
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