Oh, and by the way, the Dolphins have a game Monday night.

Miami is 4-4 and could use a victory over the winless Buccaneers to stay in the thick of a muddled AFC playoff race, but the Dolphins’ locker-room bullying controversy — which is only heating up, based on Sunday’s events — has rendered all of that an afterthought.

The alleged hazing of Jonathan Martin by Richie Incognito and other Miami players has so dominated the NFL headlines that even Greg Schiano and his 0-8 record are flying under the radar.

Thanks to the besieged Dolphins, Schiano’s crumbling Tampa Bay empire will likely be little more than a footnote when the two teams square off at Raymond James Stadium.

“We’re ready to go and hopefully try to change the narrative here,” Dolphins offensive tackle Tyson Clabo said Saturday amid another sea of cameras and microphones. “We’d like to get back to football.”

Good luck with that, considering the controversy only intensified Sunday when Incognito broke his silence in an interview with Fox Sports in which he lobbed accusations of his own against Martin.

So not only are Incognito and Martin continuing to snipe at each other through the media, but the Dolphins also are under the cloud of a formal NFL investigation that could cost GM Jeff Ireland and coach Joe Philbin their jobs if reports they ordered Incognito to “toughen up” Martin prove true.

No wonder the Dolphins sound like they can’t wait to play an actual game again, something they haven’t done since beating the Bengals, 22-20, on a safety in overtime on Oct. 31.