Cleveland Browns v Miami Dolphins 9-7-2013

Offensive linemen Richie Incognito (68) of the Miami Dolphins waits for the snap of the football during a game against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. The Dolphins won 23-10. (Diamond Images / Diamond Images/Getty Images / September 8, 2013)

Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Andrew McDonald confirmed that he is Player A in the Ted Wells report on the Miami Dolphins' workplace harassment scandal but expressed no lingering hard feelings toward the team.

McDonald, a 6-foot-6, 310-pound undrafted free agent from Indiana, was a member of the Dolphins' practice squad in 2012 who now plays for the Carolina Panthers. It was assumed after the report came out that McDonald was the unidentified player.

"Andrew is disappointed that his name has become associated with this story," his agent, Brett Tessler, said. "He's been a member of another organization since last season and is trying to focus on the future. When Ted Wells approached Andrew at the end of the investigation, Mr. Wells already had all the information contained in the report that he had gotten elsewhere.

"While Andrew can't speak for any other players involved in the report, he personally has no problem with the Miami Dolphins organization and has the highest opinion of Coach (Jim) Turner both personally and professionally and feels terrible about the way their relationship has been portrayed in the report."

The report indicated that three Dolphins players -- offensive linemen Richie Incognito, John Jerry and Mike Pouncey -- harassed former offensive lineman and teammate Jonathan Martin, an assistant trainer and the unnamed player, which is McDonald.

Wells determined that McDonald was "frequently was subjected to homophobic name-calling and improper physical touching." The report also stated that Turner gave McDonald a male "blow-up" doll as a Christmas gift in 2012 when the other offensive linemen received female "blow-up" dolls, but McDonald did not protest because because he was a young player.

McDonald spent two seasons on the Dolphins' practice squad before he was cut in August. He signed with Carolina's practice squad in October.

Martin made his first public comment on Saturday after the release of the report, saying on Twitter, "Focus on the positive. Life is a gift, don't ever forget that #BeGreat."

Incognito also responded Friday night on Twitter with "You could not define me in 144 years let alone 144 pages Mr Wells. Thank you for your hard work and dedication," followed by "Goodbye twitter. Be well. See you on the other side." His account has since been deleted.