The Miami Dolphins fired longtime head trainer Kevin O'Neill, who was implicated in the bullying scandal report, according to multiple media outlets Wednesday.

O'Neill is the first person to lose his job over bullying in the Dolphins' locker room. ESPN's Chris Mortensen first reported the dismissal.

The 144-page Ted Wells report released Friday said Richie Incognito, who was suspended by the team in November, and fellow offensive linemen John Jerry and Mike Pouncey harassed Jonathan Martin, while another offensive lineman and an assistant trainer also routinely came under attack, the investigation found.

According to the report, O'Neill stood by and did nothing while players hurled racial insults at an assistant athletic trainer. The report also says O'Neill was not cooperative with the investigation.

"O'Neill, the head trainer, not only overheard the racist insults, but also sometimes laughed along and never intervened. We did not cover this specific topic in our interview with O'Neill, which was cut short because O'Neill expressed hostility toward our investigation," the report said.

O'Neill was originally hired by former coach Jimmy Johnson, who had also been his boss in Dallas. O'Neill spent 18 years with the Dolphins.

O'Neill was dismissed eight months after being named the recipient of the prestigious Tim Kerin Award for Excellence in Athletic Training. He is only the fifth NFL trainer to claim the honor.

Up next might be offensive line coach Jim Turner, who was also cited for inappropriate conduct in the Wells report.

Turner did not travel with the team to the NFL Scouting Combine on Wednesday.

According to the Wells report, Turner was involved in the harassment of Miami players and staff and was not truthful with investigators when they questioned him.

The report also indicated that Turner tried to get Martin to publicly defend Incognito. Martin left the team in October because of the alleged harassment.