Dolphins hire Dave DeGuglielmo as senior offensive assistant

Ross Houston
October 12, 2017

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.

But within the team's locker room, Foerster is still viewed by some as "a great man". "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. 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.

Faced with criticism from people questioning her motivation, Nige told the radio hosts that it's unacceptable that she has been receiving backlash, explaining that it's just proving her point of the inequality that African-Americans face.

Sherrod, 33, herself a former athlete who played volleyball at the University of Missouri, said she was dating Foerster but that the two broke up after he sent the video.


The video of Foerster sniffing a powder through a $20 bill before a team meeting popped up Sunday night, and by Monday morning he had resigned.

Gase said he's known Foerster since 2008, when they both worked for the 49ers. "Although Chris is no longer with the organization, we will work with him to get the help he needs during this time".

Nige said Foerster hired her as a "cocaine platter". And you know, coaches now in and out.

"No. I mean, we're not going to speak on that", James said. "He'll be coaching again next year".


Along with hiring Foerster's replacement on the coaching staff, Gase has spent the week putting out fires, including a new one Nige sparked Wednesday when she went on the radio. Nige said. "Let's be honest here".

Gase was asked later Wednesday if he believed Foerster's apparent drug problem was limited to just him.

Ross and Gase have since met, discussing "a lot of different things that have happened over the last month and just kind of game-planning going forward, kind of how we want to handle things on the field, off the field".

In tough times, Gase said he is leaning on lessons he learned from his father, Art, and Alabama coach Nick Saban, who gave Gase his first coaching job as an assistant at LSU in 2000. Get the app and get the game. But I think about you when I do it.


James said the situation has been "shocking".

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