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'He used me as a cocaine platter'

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Eduardo Anchondo | Octubre 12, 2017, 19:49

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.

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

Head Coach Adam Gase said Dave DeGuglielmo was the first person who came to mind when he began the process of looking for a new offensive assistant coach. 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. When asked about the nature of their relationship, she said she was "dating him".

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.

DeGuglielmo served as the Patriots offensive line coach in 2014 and 2015. We don't get paid the same amount as everyone else. "I don't remember anything quite happening every week, but kind of watching him, how he always handled things where he dealt with a situation and had to get back to work, had to move on to the next thing".

"I have nothing negative to say about coach Foerster", Smith said. "But he spoke to me about other people". "If you was a minority, they would fire him".

In the video, Foerster does indeed say warm words to the recipient of the recording.

DeGuglielmo has spent 12 years as an National Football League coach and 13 years as a college coach, winning two Super Bowl rings with the New York Giants and New England Patriots.

Gase's response: "To me, it was an isolated incident". And he's doing a good job today of just seeing little things. Gase declined to say whether Foerster volunteered to resign or was urged to quit.

"We're treated different, period".

Was Ross angry or disappointed in the latest scandal? "Because I thought what [would] happen happened".

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.

"Hey babe, miss you, thinking about you", he said. "They want to make sure that we're getting better each week".

Nige also said she isn't enjoying the "fame" that's come her way, telling ESPN that she and her friends are receiving death threats in the wake of posting the video.