While not planned, the NFL has found a way to seize the sports spotlight during the first two full weekdays of the Olympics, with Michael Sam dominating Monday’s coverage and the Cleveland Browns claiming the top spot on Tuesday.

So maybe Wednesday is the day Ted Wells’ report will be released.

It’s far more likely that the league will announce Wells’ assessment of the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito situation late Friday afternoon, where between the ongoing Olympics coverage and the long Presidents’ Day weekend it will quickly disappear from the center of the national media’s radar screen, if it ever even makes a blip there.

Then after Wells’ findings emerge, the question becomes whether either or both players will find new homes in 2014.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald recently addressed the issue. He’s convinced Incognito will get a new team this season, and that he will face no further suspension in exchange for his agreement to remain on the sidelines for the final eight games of 2013 (he was paid for six of them). If accurate, Incognito’s guaranteed non-suspension for 2014 makes his recent Twitter tantrums even more ill-advised, since the only thing left for him to do is attract an employer on or after March 11.