Ted Wells' incendiary report on the Miami Dolphins' workplace appears to have claimed its first victims.
O'Neill was cited in the report on Wells' independent investigation, which found that the longtime trainer did not act when Dolphins players behaved inappropriately toward an assistant trainer on the team.
"With respect to the Assistant Trainer, (Jonathan) Martin and other players claimed that O'Neill, the head trainer, not only overheard the racist insults, but also sometimes laughed along and never intervened," the report read. "We did not cover this specific topic in our interview with O'Neill, which was cut short because O'Neill expressed hostility toward our investigation."
O'Neill is likely just the first domino to fall here. Up next might be offensive line coach Jim Turner, who did not travel with the team to the combine Wednesday. Turner was also cited for inappropriate conduct in Wells' report.