Woman says Chris Foerster used her as a "cocaine platter", made threats


Woman says Chris Foerster used her as a

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

Chris Foerster is a pariah most everywhere outside team property (and in most parts of Dolphins HQ, too), thanks to the line-snorting video he sent to a California-based model. "How about me going to a meeting and doing this before I go".

Gase said he's known Foerster since 2008, when they both worked for the 49ers.

The day after the video surfaced, Chris Foerster issued a public apology and resigned from his job with the Miami Dolphins.

"He was always on top of it, always shot you straight as a coach", Bushrod said.

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. In fact, the details of the video are uncertain, and it is unclear what will happen next for the Miami Dolphins coaching staff. Rumor has it former National Football League guard Chris Kuper might take over, as he now is the Miami Dolphins' assistant offensive line coach.

DeGugliemo, 49 is a familiar face in Miami as he served as the teams offensive line coach from 2009-2011 under head coach Tony Sparano.

Gase obviously was not here during DeGuglielmo's first stint in Miami, and only got to know him in the last couple of months.

Nige said Foerster hired her as a "cocaine platter". "I was surprised", said Nige.

She said she and her friend had received death threats since the video was leaked but she had no regrets. "What I can speak on is his character". Just having a few good days of conversations.

After the organization accepted Foerster's resignation Monday, following the Dolphins' 16-10 victory of the Titans Sunday, the team released a statement - which Foerster blasted as "holding his hand", asserting that now Foerster will find another job as Colin Kaepernick doesn't. We met multiple times. "That's why we kind of do what we do, kind of move guys around in training camp to get them ready to go for the season". I think he likes seeing the fact that guys aren't satisfied with just winning a game.

"Some of it is just watching [Nick] Saban over a seven-year period", Gase said. "They want to make sure that we're getting better each week".

James said the situation has been "shocking".