The Miami Dolphins say they will cooperate fully with the NFL as it investigates allegations of bullying by guard Richie Incognito against teammate Johnathan Martin.  Head coach Joe Philbin says he suspended Incognito indefinitely after gathering information about what transpired. 

Incognito is accused of directing racial slurs and insults at Martin, who has filed a formal complaint of player misconduct with the Players' Association.  ESPN reports text messages and voice mail transcripts from Incognito to Martin are filled with expletives, slurs and intimidating threats.  Incognito was suspended on Sunday for conduct detrimental to the team.  The 24-year-old Martin left the Dolphins last week after reports he was pranked by fellow linemen in the team's lunch room and is seeking treatment for emotional issues.