Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito has taken to Twitter to complain about the delayed findings of an NFL investigation into bullying allegations.
It was announced Wednesday that the report surrounding the workplace misconduct investigation involving Incognito and former teammate Jonathan Martin will not be available until next week.
Attorney Ted Wells was hired by the NFL on Nov. 6 to conduct an independent probe within the Dolphins' organization. He met with Martin twice, the final time on Dec. 5, and spoke with Incognito and team officials in November.
On Thursday, Incognito showed his frustration about the delay.
"Paul, Weiss, Rifkind -- Really taking your time on this one," Incognito tweeted, in reference to the firm for which Wells works. "Not like my career and life have been in the balance for 3 months."
According to ProFootballTalk, Incognito also tweeted -- then deleted -- a direct shot at agent Kenny Zuckerman, who represents Martin.
"Jon martin's agent is Kenny Zuckerman at priority sports," Incognito tweeted, per a source. "Let's just say he's not very 'trustworthy.' He screwed (Martin)."
On Wednesday, Wells' firm gave an update on the timing of the report.
"The news media information that Ted Wells' report would be issued to the NFL and public on Thursday of this week was incorrect," his firm, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, said in a statement.
"Mr. Wells informed the NFL before the Super Bowl that he expected his report to be completed and issued either late next week or early the following week. Mr. Wells continues to be in full control of the timing of the report."
Martin, an offensive tackle, left the team on Oct. 28 to pursue treatment for undisclosed mental health issues and later accused Incognito of abuse. Incognito was subsequently suspended from the team for the remainder of the 2013 season.
The NFL Players Association conducted its own investigation that is close to completion, according to USA Today. DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the NFLPA, said Martin would not submit to an interview.
More than 1,000 text messages between Martin and Incognito were published this week by USA Today Sports that shed more insight into the teammates' relationship.
Incognito's suspension was lifted by the Dolphins on Tuesday, the Miami Herald reported.