DAVIE, Fla. (AP) - Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says he spoke with the NFL and the attorney who investigated the team's bullying scandal to get a sense of what will be included in their forthcoming report on the case.
On Tuesday, Ross said he has an idea what will be in the report but offered no details. He did say he knows what direction the franchise is headed.
Following an 8-8 season tainted by the scandal, Ross decided to keep coach Joe Philbin and part with general manager Jeff Ireland. Dennis Hickey was introduced as Ireland's replacement at a news conference Tuesday, where Ross talked briefly about the case that rocked the franchise at midseason.
New York attorney Ted Wells began a league investigation in November, and his report will be released after the Super Bowl.
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