Chris Foerster resigns from Dolphins over cocaine video

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"To me it was an isolated incident", Gase said.

Nige said Foerster kept his drug supply in his desk at work.

The Dolphins released a statement of their own condemning the behavior but offering support for Foerster. "So before he could do anything to me I felt like that needed to be exposed".

"He was calling for entertainment", she said in the LeBatard interview.

The Miami Dolphins' offensive line situation deteriorated this week from inconsistent to intolerable, and now coach Adam Gase is dealing with the fallout.

Former Dolphins coach Chris Foerster was seen snorting a white powdery substance in a video.

Rookie Eric Smith was the only offensive lineman to speak to the media Monday.

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"To be completely honest, me and my best friend actually already had plans to record him someway regardless to expose him". "I don't remember anything quite happening every week".

The day after the video surfaced, Chris Foerster issued a public apology and resigned from his job with the Miami Dolphins. "I'm still shocked by it".

The video Nige posted was sent to her by Foerster himself, professing his love to the model as he snorted lines of a white, powdery substance. The man is holding a rolled-up $20 bill in his right hand and appears to adjust the camera with his left hand. "I'm kind of in a wait-and-see mode and past year, we went to the Baltimore game and I was told he was not going to play for a couple of weeks and he played on that Sunday", Gase said.

After snorting two lines, he says, "It's gonna be a while before we can do this again". But I think about you when I do it. "I want him to go to rehab". "A little weird. But something we've got to get used to".

The Dolphins play at Atlanta on Sunday, and blocking is considered the biggest culprit for their last-place National Football League ranking in yards per play and per game, first downs and points.

"I was heartbroken over it because you never want to see your guy going through something like this and that's why we all have his back in here", said Dolphins guard Jermon Bushrod. They planned an announcement later regarding his successor.

While Pouncey has won good reviews as usual, left tackle Laremy Tunsil has yet to dominate the way coaches anticipated, and on the other side James remains inconsistent in his fourth year as a starter. "But we'll rally. We'll find a way".

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