Chris Foerster resigns from Dolphins over cocaine video


He was promoted to run game coordinator in February in addition to offensive line coach, which he was originally named as past year.

(Facebook) Chris Foerster sent the video of him snorting a white powdery substance to Nige. "I don't remember anything quite happening every week, but kind of watching him, how he always handled things where he dealt with a situation and had to get back to work, had to move on to the next thing". Don't get me wrong.

Both James and Bushrod said they didn't see any evidence that Foerster was impaired in any way during team meetings.

"I want him to get help", Sherrod said during an interview with Las Vegas' ABC affiliate, Action 13 News.

The video's release stunned the Miami Dolphins organization. "He's mad at himself but you know, it's unfortunate".

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She says he sent her the video last week, then the pair broke up.

DeGuglielmo, known as "The Guge" during his time in New England, was born in Cambridge and raised in Lexington, where the undersized 5-foot-7 center anchored the high school team's offensive line.

DeGuglielmo returns to Miami after spending three seasons as the offensive line coach under former head coach Tony Sparano.

She said that she Foerster dated for 1.5 to two months, that this video as of today is about a week old, and that Foerster used her as "cocaine platter" where he snorted off of her on multiple occasions.

"If I was getting paid millions of dollars, I would never have done anything like this", Sherrod said. "But he spoke to me about other people".

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Dolphins offensive linemen had some kind things to say about Chris Foerster.

Gase was asked later Wednesday if he believed Foerster's apparent drug problem was limited to just him. Just having a few good days of conversations.

Foerster has not had any comment since his initial statement announcing his resignation, which was released by the Dolphins.

"But the timeline seems to contradict the story she told KTNV about how they met when the Dolphins flew to California ahead of Hurricane Irma in preparation for their game against the Los Angeles Chargers". "I just felt like I had to sleep with one eye open after that". I think he likes seeing the fact that guys aren't satisfied with just winning a game.

Gase declined to say if the National Football League would have a disciplinary role in the Foerster situation.

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