(CBS) Former Bears head coach and current ESPN analyst Mike Ditka has twice spoken out about the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito bullying case in Miami.
First, Ditka said that Martin should have just punched Incognito in the mouth if he felt he was being bullied.READ MORE: University Of Chicago Police Officer Who Shot Man In Hyde Park Shootout Also Shot Student In 2018
Now, Ditka called Martin a “baby” and said he wouldn’t want him on his team.READ MORE: Outdoor Winter Beer Fest Coming to Lincoln Square
“I want to say one thing,” Ditka said during ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. “If I was the coach, I wouldn’t have either Incognito, the bully, or the baby, Martin, on my team. That’s me. (Does) that make me right? No. That makes me me. And I would stand up to that, because you don’t do what Martin did and you don’t do want Incognito did. Period.”MORE NEWS: Aurora Police Sgt. Ken Thurman Dies Of COVID-19 Complications; Second Aurora Officer To Die From COVID This Month