Offensive line coach Jim Turner will stay away while the rest of the Miami Dolphins' staff is in Indianapolis this week for the NFL Scouting Combine.

Turner's job status appears to be uncertain after his name emerged in the report on the Dolphins' workplace issues by investigator Ted Wells. According to the 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 offensive lineman Jonathan Martin to publicly defend teammate Richie Incognito. Martin left the team in October because of the alleged harassment.

Turner' has spent two seasons with the Dolphins as the offensive line coach. Before joining the Dolphins, Turner's experience was limited to the college ranks, most recently at Texas A&M.

Earlier this month, the Dolphins hired former Houston Texans offensive line coach John Benton to be an assistant line coach. If Turner is let go, Benton could be in line to take over the job.