Mike Pouncey: 'I don't need psychological testing'

Miami Dolphins centre Mike Pouncey insists that he does not need psychological tests despite the NFL's request for him to undergo them following the bullying scandal.

Miami Dolphins centre Mike Pouncey has insisted that he doesn't need to undergo psychological tests, despite the NFL's request for him to do so.

Pouncey was named as one of the three main protagonists during the Dolphins' bullying scandal last season, linking up with Richie Incognito and John Jerry to harass teammate Jonathan Martin.

The trio still face the possibility of suspensions at the start of the 2014 season, while the NFL has also suggested that they seek medical attention through psychological tests before they resume playing.

"I have no clue [about a date], but I don't think I need that. So I have no clue. I just don't think I [need it]," Pouncey told reporters.

Pouncey is the only one of the quartet involved in the bullying scandal still with the Dolphins.

John Jerry #74 of the Miami Dolphins in action against the New York Jets during their game at MetLife Stadium on December 1, 2013
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