Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Sport | By Ellis Neal

Model: former Dolphins O-line coach 'used my body as cocaine platter'

Model: former Dolphins O-line coach 'used my body as cocaine platter'

James said he hopes Foerster, a football lifer, will someday coach again.

(Facebook) Chris Foerster sent the video of him snorting a white powdery substance to Nige. "After I realized his habits and who he was and everything going on the system, he was going to get exposed". "I'm kind of in a wait-and-see mode and a year ago, 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.

"We were just made aware of the video and will have no comment at this time", the team said in a statement.

The day after the video surfaced, Chris Foerster issued a public apology and resigned from his job with the Miami Dolphins. And you know, coaches now in and out. In conversations with ESPN Radio and Black Sports Online, Nige answers lingering questions about the circumstances under which Foerster filmed himself poking snot and telling her that he wanted to lick blow off her "pussy" and sent it to her.

With Foerster gone, assistant offensive line coach Chris Kuper was in charge of the unit at practice Wednesday. Back in 2014, former offensive line coach Jim Turner lost his job with the team in the wake of an investigation into bullying in the locker room.

The model said in the interview that her reason for releasing the video was to exemplify the inequality in the world. She said the coach used her as a "cocaine platter" and said he had a serious drug problem.

Nige also said she had more footage of Foerster. "But he spoke to me about other people". Gase explained it was a tough situation because he had grown close to Foerster. Really, that's the best answer I can give you. Just having a few good days of conversations.

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

Was Ross angry or disappointed in the latest scandal?

Sherrod, who was a 2003 graduate of Blue Springs High School, told Le Batard she met Foerster in California before the Dolphins game against the Chargers and that they got together multiple times after that.

"I think he was just making sure I was good and the staff was good and players, where they were at with a lot of things", Gase responded. "We'll take a look, see if he can kind of see something, maybe make some adjustments".

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

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