Survey: Incognito not wanted as teammate

November, 8, 2013
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Teammates have supported Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito in the wake of the hazing/bullying allegations by Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin.

The rest of the NFL, however, doesn't seem to have his back.

That's according to an unscientific survey conducted by the 32 team reporters for ESPN.com's NFL Nation. Three players from each team were surveyed and asked three questions:

Which player would they rather have as a teammate: Incognito or Martin?

True or False: Have you been the victim of hazing in the NFL?

True or False: Have you provided money as a result of being hazed? If true, what's the most you have given? If true, how much?

According to the survey, 57 of the 72 players said they would not want Incognito as a teammate.

Here are the rest of the results of the survey.

Mike DiRocco | email

ESPN Jacksonville Jaguars reporter

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