LOS ANGELES -

Multiple reports say that Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin will meet again with the NFL's lead investigator regarding harassment charges against the team.

ESPN and USA Today both report that the second meeting between Martin and attorney Ted Wells is scheduled to take place on Thursday in Los Angeles.

Martin originally met with Wells for more than 7 hours in New York City on Nov. 15.

The Dolphins placed Martin, who left the team following a prank inside the training camp lunchroom on Oct. 28, on the non-football illness list last weekend, thereby ending his season.

Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito, the target of the original harassment allegations, negotiated a suspension with league and union officials that will continue to keep him away from team activities while getting paid.

ESPN's Adam Schefter is also reporting that Wells will hold a second round of interviews with Dolphins players in Miami next week.