The high-priced firm Sitrick & Co. will handle a campaign designed to paint Incognito in a different light than the one he's been perceived in. It all began when Martin abruptly left the Dolphins' organization, to which it was later found out he was tired of being bullied.
Incognito has maintained that both he and Martin exchanged verbal assaults at each other in the spirit of locker room banter.
Incognito was suspended once this became a major story and it's not expected that either offensive lineman will be back with the Dolphins next season.
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