http://nfl.si.com/2013/11/04/richie-incognito-suspended-miami-dolphins-jonathan-martin/ I would be very interested in hearing the opinions of guys here who have played football at the high school or collegiate level. How serious an issue is bullying in football locker rooms? I saw the CBS studio crew discussing it in a detached, clinical manner, and the cynic in me was telling me that every one of those men at that desk had probably witnessed this type of behavior. As hard as it is to make an NFL roster, it's hard for me as someone who never played the game to understand why anyone would want to create division and unnecessary hard feelings and tension in the locker room with this kind of behavior. You'd think there would be a certain level of mutual respect among everyone who has made the grade in an organization that has only included 23,000 men out of everyone who has ever walked the face of the Earth. Are these allegations believable, or is Jonathan Martin a whining head case? Is there really a culture of bullying in some NFL locker rooms? One thing is certain. Martin's problems are only beginning. Complaining about it will only make it worse, just as it does in a school or any other work situation. The only way to put a stop to bullying is to beat the living snot out of the bully.