The Miami Dolphins reported Sunday night that they are conscious of a video that seems to demonstrate offensive line coach Chris Foerster snorting a white powder off a desk in advance of a assembly.
“We were just built conscious of the video and will have no comment at this time,” the group reported in a statement.
The Miami Herald noted, citing league resources, that there will be an investigation into the video, and Foerster’s long run with the group is expected to be established as early as Monday.
In the video, the male — whom many resources have determined as Foerster — is witnessed working with a $twenty bill to snort the powdery compound off a desk though talking into the digicam, saying, “Hey, I miss out on you. … Wondering about you. … How about me likely to a assembly and undertaking this in advance of I go.”
Dolphins coach Adam Gase instructed ESPN on Sunday night that he just located out about the video and is processing the circumstance. Foerster would not comment when ESPN reached out Sunday night.
Foerster is in the next period of his next stint with the Dolphins. He was promoted to run video game coordinator/offensive line coach in February. He has been an assistant coach with 8 teams due to the fact starting with the Minnesota Vikings in 1992.
Foerster is 1 of the highest-paid out assistant coaches in the NFL, at a salary valued involving $2.5 million and $3 million a calendar year.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Dianna Russini, Chris Mortensen and Jeff Darlington contributed to this report.