- Aug 10, 2008
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- Pattaya, Thailand
[h=5]Do Tony Dungy (NBC) and Dan Marino (CBS) work for their respective networks or Stephen Ross? Are the two voices more responsible for serving viewers of their pregame shows or the Miami Dolphins organization?[/h]
Ross made these questions legit by selecting Dungy and Marino to serve on a committee (it will meet after the season) to review the Dolphins standards of behavior and make recommendations in the wake of the Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin controversy.
That both Marino and Dungy, neither of whom will be paid for their efforts, are willing to serve on Ross’ committee is more than admirable. Still, the appointments come with a certain stench. The smell could have been avoided if both men declined the invitation.
“It’s possible, very possible, Stephen Ross, on some level, is looking to curry favor and soften up two prominent national personalities,” one network executive said. “Is it possible they will look favorably toward him and the Dolphins in future televised discussions of this situation? Of course it is.”
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