Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

Dolphins hire DeGuglielmo as new O-line coach

Dolphins hire DeGuglielmo as new O-line coach

She also doubled down on her message that releasing the incriminating video helps highlight inequalities in the National Football League, claiming that she intends to release at least one other photo or video in the future.

Earlier Monday, the Dolphins said the organization had no tolerance for Foerster's behavior.

She also said she has other footage, and that the published video was just "the tip of the iceberg".

It is unclear how old the video is or where it originated from. He was an assistant offensive line coach for the San Diego Chargers past year.

According to Nige, she posted the video because she felt threatened by Foerster, who in a text message said he'd contact the Dolphins' security team if she did anything with the video.

In another interview with a local Las Vegas TV station, Sherrod said she wants Foerster to get the help Foerster himself acknowledged that he needs.


"I don't think I can say what my reaction was", Gase told reporters at a news conference Monday.

The coach said he phoned Foerster, who apologized. Steen stays in: The left guard rotation ended against Tennessee on Sunday, and Gase said it simply was a matter of Anthony Steen deserving to stay in the game the whole time. "But you've got to take the next step and move on". Nige said in the radio interview.

There's no evidence any issues involving Foerster involved others in the organization, Gase said. Sound advice: Since he became Dolphins head coach, Adam Gase has demonstrated great focus and an ability to handle all kinds of adversity and distractions. "After I realized his habits and who he was and everything going on in the system, yes, he was going to be exposed". "He's always been a guy that just put his head down and worked, he's here at 4 in the morning, worked as hard as he could for us".

"Chris Foerster used me as his cocaine platter", Sherrod said. "It's an unfortunate situation". "It's not that I hate Chris". "I don't remember anything quite happening every week. I'm still shocked by it".

In the video, Foerster was shown snorting cocaine and bragging about doing it before a meeting. The man is holding a rolled-up $20 bill in his right hand and appears to adjust the camera with his left hand. I think about how much I miss you. We were just kind of talking about that system and how we went about things and some of the things that we're doing different now and some of the things that we liked in the system, some of the things that we kind of tinkered with to see if we like better. Foerster asks after snorting the second line. We don't get paid the same amount as everyone else. They planned an announcement later regarding his successor.

"Yeah, that's a positive that's come out of this, somebody who hasn't really been here", Gase said.

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