Former Colts GM Bill Polian echoed similar sentiments on SportsCenter Monday. Polian said Indianapolis had "a very strong anti-hazing and anti-bullying policy" when he and Dungy ran the team and that the policy was "enforced" by leaders in the locker room.
This is something the Dolphins clearly don't have. It's always easier to criticize in hindsight, but it's quite clear something went seriously amiss while Miami was building their locker-room culture.
Polian was on Sportscenter this afternoon and his remarks there were more elaborate than what's here, but this is the gist of his comments and it points to the problems Miami had which goes all the way to the HC & GM, the ownerships principle reps and even the owner himself and Stephen Ross is not highly regarded.
I couldn't imagine this situation existing here in Houston or in other top rated NFL organizations when it comes to player personnel relations, but sometimes the crap does slip thru the cracks. For example we all know that NE owner Bob Kraft with Belichick at the helm got stuck with a player charged with homicide, and that happened even after they re-upped him with a very generous, new contract extension.