Indefinitely suspended Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito met with NFL investigator Ted Wells for the second consecutive day Friday, according to multiple reports.
Incognito has been accused of bullying and harassing teammate Jonathan Martin, including leaving a racially-charged voice mail on his phone. Wells met with Incognito the past two days.
Incognito has delayed his grievance until the NFL has completed his investigation, something the Dolphins and Incognito both agreed to.
Serving a four-game suspension that ends Dec. 2, Incognito is still hoping to be reinstated and get back $1.176 million in lost salary.
At that point, he has to either be reinstated or cut.
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