Jonathan Martin spent nearly seven hours going into "great detail" with the NFL counsel investigating his claims of his harassment in the Miami Dolphins' locker room. What came up in their talks, he isn't saying for now.
He would say this: He still wants to play in the NFL.
Martin -- in New York because the league is trying to gather information about the bullying he says he was subjected to by teammate Richie Incognito -- arrived at the Manhattan office building of special investigator Ted Wells on Friday morning, and didn't emerge until shortly after sunset. Mobbed by media, he stood in the camera lights and read a statement.
"Although I went into great detail with Mr. Ted Wells and his team, I do not intend to discuss this matter publicly at this time," the former Stanford tackle said. "This is the right way to handle the situation.
"Beyond that, I look forward to working through the process and resuming my career in the National Football League."
Seahawks: Receiver Percy Harvin likely will make his long-awaited debut for Seattle on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Harvin hasn't played since a Nov. 4, 2012, game against the Seahawks while he was with the Vikings. An ankle injury ended Harvin's season, and a hip issue this offseason required surgery in August.
Vikings: Christian Ponder says he is ready to play against Seattle. Coach Leslie Frazier said, however, he would wait until Saturday to see how Ponder's injured left shoulder feels before he decides on a starting quarterback.
Bills: Buffalo wide receiver Stevie Johnson has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the New York Jets because of a groin injury.
Jets: Santonio Holmes will play at Buffalo on Sunday after the wide receiver missed five games with a hamstring injury.
Obituary: Hall of Fame offensive lineman Mike McCormack died Friday in Palm Desert. He was 83. During his nearly 50 years in pro football, McCormack played, coached and held several executive positions, including president of the Carolina Panthers. He spent 12 seasons with the Cleveland Browns, helping the franchise win NFL championships in 1954 and 1955.