Dolphins have no comment on apparent Chris Foerster video, for now

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On Sunday, a video surfaced on Facebook that purports to show Dolphins run game coordinator/offensive line coach Chris Foerster snorting multiple lines of a drug through a rolled up dollar bill. On Sunday night, the Dolphins issued a statement regarding the video.

“We were just made aware of the video and will have no comment at this time,” the Dolphins said.

Expect more to come from the Dolphins when they know more about the video, including when and where the incident took place.

Foerster is in his second stint with the Dolphins. He served as offensive coordinator in 2004, and he returned as the offensive line coach in 2016. He added the title of run game coordinator for 2017.

45 responses to “Dolphins have no comment on apparent Chris Foerster video, for now

  1. Stop recording yourselves doing dumb stuff and then sending it to a female that doesn’t like you anymore. Really, it’s not that difficult.

  2. If true, it still baffles me beyond belief people think it’s somehow a good idea to videotape themselves doing illegal stuff.

    We all know about the Darwin Award, let’s see a career ending award for idiots like this.

  3. Chris Foerster? Lord Jesus Christ how is that man still in the league? Us 49er fans had to endure watching his terrible offensive lines TWICE.

    Now he’s with the Dolphins??? This is his 2nd stint with the Dolphins. I don’t follow Miami football but I know their O Line has to be in shambles with him as their O Line coach. Jiminy Christmas, as the great Mike Holmgren would say.

  4. I know people want a knee-jerk reaction from the franchise to fire Foerster immediately. But calmer heads need to prevail while the Dolphins gather all the relevant facts before coming to a decision.

    1) Was it really cocaine? There is no proof whatsoever that he was snorting anything illegal, it could have been flour or powdered sugar.

    2) When was this video taken? If he was not employed by the Phins at the time those lines were snorted, it might be reasonable to keep him around provided he passes periodic drug tests.

    3) Where was he when did the cocaine/flour/powdered sugar? If he was in the red light district in Amsterdam, then this activity is perfectly legal.

    It’s ironic that Miami’s offense would probably perform at a “higher” level if everyone followed Foerster’s lead. I’m sure that’s one of the options being discussed by the team.

  5. Coaches should be drug tested just like players are.

    Miami…is really not even a part of the USA anymore, laws and culture there equal 3rd world countries….so, he is coaching in right place.

    Gase, a good [ not great] coach who won’t last there…You cannot, have not and won’t ever win there…is coming up on 50 years since dolphins have done anything.

  6. Did he show up to work high? I can only assume he is good at his job because he is still employed so why should drugs and hookers have anything to do with his employment? Let the criminal justice system deal with the law and let the team deal with football.
    Not a fan of employers policing life outside of work.

  7. So this is the guy in the Dolphins draft room who saw the Laremy Tunsil video and thought “I wanna party with THAT guy!”

  8. Between the oppressed players and coke snorting coaches whats to like about the NFL? More proof these people don’t have respect for anything or anyone.

  9. Well test him and if he’s not clear fire him. Why should the Dolphins offense be snorted into being the worst in the NFL. HC Adam Gates does a great job of limiting and having a predictable offense with his play calling. Test Gates also, no one could simply run the ball when expected, never throw the ball downfield and continue to use 5 yard routes without having some issues.

  10. 1. This dude is 55 years old. He knew better. 2. To the guy suggesting that we should find out if this was taken in Amsterdam’s Red Light District, cocaine is illegal in Amsterdam. All hard drugs are banned in Amsterdam. That would be a somewhat relevant suggestion if this video showed him with an Eastern European prostitute, but it doesn’t so it’s not.

  11. Leremy Tunsil, Rickey William, Mercury Morris, and now this guy.Throw in the 3 guys kneeling during the national anthem and its not the group you want on video for your next pitch at getting the super bowl played at your stadium.

  12. deadeye says:
    October 9, 2017 at 4:38 am

    3) Where was he when did the cocaine/flour/powdered sugar? If he was in the red light district in Amsterdam, then this activity is perfectly legal.
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    Why would he be snorting flour or powdered sugar?

  13. Actually the video is creepy. If it’s real, he’s in a dark place & needs help, and soon. I tend to think it’s real because if you don’t snort illegal drugs, you’re definitely NOT going to video yourself snorting illegal drugs. You have to be high to be irrational enough to make a video like that

  14. Self-medicating cluster headaches using Stanback Headache Powder. It was big back in the 50’s. Google it.

  15. deadeye says:
    October 9, 2017 at 4:38 am
    I know people want a knee-jerk reaction from the franchise to fire Foerster immediately. But calmer heads need to prevail while the Dolphins gather all the relevant facts before coming to a decision.

    1) Was it really cocaine? There is no proof whatsoever that he was snorting anything illegal, it could have been flour or powdered sugar.

    2) When was this video taken? If he was not employed by the Phins at the time those lines were snorted, it might be reasonable to keep him around provided he passes periodic drug tests.

    3) Where was he when did the cocaine/flour/powdered sugar? If he was in the red light district in Amsterdam, then this activity is perfectly legal.

    It’s ironic that Miami’s offense would probably perform at a “higher” level if everyone followed Foerster’s lead. I’m sure that’s one of the options being discussed by the team.

    12 14 Rate This

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    Seek clinical assistance. Immediately.

    “Powdered Sugar”?

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