In response to shenanigan's comment:
Its exactly this statement (that I underlined) that is scary. Perhaps you don't see how having your behavior and words dictated to you by some authority is a totalitarian idea used throughout history by brutal dictators to criminalize ideas they disagreed with. Again, they put freedom of speech in the constitution for a reason.
The standard has already been set at what offends. Outside of totalitarian efforts against the constitution you cannot go further. You cannot ban words or ideas. There is no reason why your idea of what is acceptable is any more correct then someone else's idea. The idea of which words are "bad" or "good" is completely arbitrary and varies from person to person.
Shen, I really don't understand how you can operate in this world if standards of behavior are so scary and incomprehensible to you.
The main problem in the Dolphins locker room seems to be lack of leadership. It appears neither Ireland nor Philbin have ANY clue what's going on in there. RICHIE INCOGNITO was on their "leadership council."
Even before this whole thing, he was possibly the most despised player in the league. And not in the Rodney Harrison-sense of "he's so good and nasty on the field, that opponents hate him but his teammates love him." In the sense of "he's just plain nasty and has no moral compass." Incognito is the one who seemed to set the acceptable standard of behavior in that locker room. Incognito should NEVER be the arbiter of what is or isn't acceptable. If Richie Incognito is your locker room leader, you're going to have a bad time.