By Chris Perkins, Sun Sentinelhttp://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/miam ... ?track=rss
5:57 p.m. EST, February 24, 2014
John Denney, the Dolphins' two-time Pro Bowl deep snapper and union representative, voiced strong opinions on Ted Wells and Jonathan Martin on Monday. ...
"You spend three months on it, I think all of us can agree he's not going to walk out of there and address the table and go, 'I got nothing, guys. Sorry,' " Denney said.
"You've got to come up with something. They're paying you good money to find something. Obviously the problem has risen to the top, it needed to be addressed, and he's getting paid to address it, so that's what he's doing."
Denney, who isn't aware of the events that were detailed in the Wells report, gives the document no credibility.
"Ted Wells can go into any one of the 32 teams in the entire league and he's going to come out with the same investigation, same results, from my perspective," he said.
Denney, whose brother, Ryan, had a nine-year career as a NFL defensive end for Buffalo (2002-09) and Houston (2010), showed similar disdain for Martin, ...
Denney said bullying is no worse now than it was nine years ago when he joined the NFL.
"I was bullied as a rookie, everyone I've seen has been bullied as a rookie," he said. "If this is something that needs to be addressed then it should have been addressed my rookie year because nothing's changed since Day One that I've been in the league.
"It has not escalated, it's been the same. If it's bad now, it was bad then."
Denney said behavior that crosses a so-called line is subjective. ...