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February 17th, 2014
11:39 PM ET

Agent Kenny Zuckerman says Jonathan Martin is moving forward: "2014's going to be a really positive year for him"

Following Friday's release of Ted Wells' 144 page report, in which the criminal attorney found "a pattern of harassment" within the Miami Dolphins, on Monday evening "Piers Morgan Live" asked Kenny Zuckerman to share his perspective on the investigation's findings.

A veteran sports agent, Zuckerman represents offensive tackle Jonathan Martin, the man at the center of the report after accusing teammate Richie Incognito of bullying in late 2013.

"Whatever happens to Richie, happens to Richie," said Zuckerman, speaking of Incognito, who was released by the Dolphins in early November for what was described as alleged misconduct. "I think we just let the report speaks for itself."

As for Martin, whose rights remains property of the Dolphins, Zuckerman says his client is in good spirits, and focusing on football:

"He sounds positive and I think he just wants to get on the field and let it go and see where he stands. He's been working hard, he's been up at Stanford, going to class with some of the football players, working out in the weight room with the strength coach," he explained. "He sounds great. And I think that 2014's going to be a really positive year for him."

Watch the clip for more of Morgan's interview with Kenny Zuckerman, and for the next edition of "Piers Morgan Live," watch CNN every night at 9.
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  1. Charlie Potatoes

    Zuckerman should represent Michael Sam as well.

    Martin and Sam could sing duets in the shower.
    Change the name of the Dolphins to the Gayfish.

    February 18, 2014 at 6:47 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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