Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey, implicated in the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal by the Wells Report, revealed he hasn’t undergone psychological testing as ordered by the NFL as a precondition to playing this season. Roger Goodell announced the requirement in the wake of the report.
“I have no clue, but I don’t think I need that,” the center told reporters about a deadline for medical evaluation. “So I haveno clue.” On whether he needs such a test, Pouncey responded: “I just don’t think I do.”
Pouncey has made the wrong kind of headlines in the last year aside from the scandal. He wore a “Free Hernandez” cap following his college teammate’s arrest for murder and posted a picture that showed a framed Aaron Hernandez jersey in the background. In a not so oblique reference to the Martin affair, Pouncey tweeted after the draft that he looked forward to receiving gifts from the Dolphins first-round pick.
Pouncey remains the lone Dolphin on the roster embroiled in the Incognito-Martin bullying scandal. John Jerry signed with the Giants, Jonathan Martin reunited with college coach Jim Harbaugh in San Francisco after a trade, and Richie Incognito remains a free agent.