Mike Pouncey has no regrets with how the 2013 Dolphins season unfolded and does not believe he needs the NFL-mandated medical evaluation that is the result of the team’s bullying scandal.

Pouncey made those remarks after the Dolphins’ first OTA practice Tuesday, meeting with reporters for the first time since the release of the Wells Report.

Ted Wells, an NFL-appointed investigator, said Pouncey, Richie Incognito and John Jerry engaged in a pattern of abuse directed at both teammates and Dolphins staff. The league has decided that Pouncey must undergo a mental health evaluation before being allowed to play this fall – a prospect that Pouncey is not happy about.

When asked what would be involved, Pouncey responded: “I have no clue, but I don’t think I need that. I don’t think I do.”

Pouncey was also asked if he had any regrets with how last season went. His response: “No, not at all.”