As I said below, this is a story that seems very little about race or "bullying," and much more about how the media and the legal profession descend upon athletes (who happen to have a lot of money), and blow what are perhaps normal human interactions and friction between co-workers and friends into national stories and potential lawsuits. Do I believe Jonathan Martin was unhappy about how his pro-football career (his first real "job" out of college) was going? Sure. 23 year-old men are often unhappy with their first jobs. Do I think Richie Incognito is a big brash guy who is probably funny-edgy among other big young men who play a very violent game? Could he have gone over the line? Sure. But he seems pretty credible in this interview as being someone who actually loved Jonathan Martin as a brother -- a fox-hole buddy, if you will -- and who is baffled by what has happened. This is a story, in short, where, if the lawyers and the media would have just left everybody alone, Martin would probably be back with the team and Incognito wouldn't have had his name turned into a byword for racism.