Regardless of what side you're on, here is something everyone should be able to agree on: The Dolphins' culture is broken. "All this stuff coming out, it speaks to the culture of our locker room, it speaks to the culture of our closeness, it speaks to the culture of our brotherhood," Incognito said in an interview with Fox Sports on Sunday. What we don’t know is the truth of what happened between them, or who is going to fix the cruel locker room culture that the situation has exposed. The Dolphins’ case is much more complicated. Leadership starts at the top, which brings us to Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland and head coach Joe Philbin. He hired what he called an independent investigator to learn the details, to uncover who knew what and when, and to find out how a player had come to feel so bullied that he left the team.