Just when you think this Dolphins season can’t get any weirder/depressing, it somehow does. The most recent distraction is thanks to former offensive line coach, Chris Foerster. It’s terrible to see someone turn to drugs and let’s hope for his sake, Foerster gets the help he needs.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Snorting-coach scandal latest drama in Dolphins' trying season | Miami Herald
Dolphins offensive line coach resigns in disgrace after starring in video snorting white powder? Of course! It has been that kind of bizarre, trying season for head coach Adam Gase and his team.
Chris Foerster: How rising coach on Miami Dolphins’ staff bottomed out | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — If anyone on the Dolphins’ staff should know how drugs can get in the way of the best-laid plans, it should have been Chris Foerster. Foerster had just been promoted to offensive coordinator by the Dolphins in the spring of 2004 when he made a declaration that almost overnight sli...
Hyde: Chris Foerster's snorting video another embarrassing chapter for Dolphins | Commentary - Sun Sentinel
Chris Foerster's white-powder-snorting video and resignation paint the Miami Dolphins in an embarrassing light. It reflects badly on Adam Gase and the entire organization.
Does Chris Foerster Have a Football Future? | SI.com
Chris Foerster resigned his job with the Dolphins in the wake of the video that surfaced on Sunday. Who is he? And can he come back from this?
Who is Vegas model Kijuana Nige in Dolphins coach scandal? | Miami Herald
Chris Foerster resigned his position as a Miami Dolphins assistant coach hours after footage surfaced of the married father of three snorting a white powder off before a meeting and talking to a woman alleged to be Las Vegas model Kijuana Nige, who posted the video
Adam Gase on Dolphins’ national anthem policy: “I don’t need a reason” | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE—The Dolphins are in the middle of a few storms at the moment, mainly the scandalous resignation of offensive line coach Chris Foerster. They’re also trying to fix the offense after three straight ugly weeks. Then there’s the national anthem.
Miami Dolphins - last in seven major offensive categories - struggling to find solutions | Miami Herald
The Dolphins are trying to figure out how to jump-start an offense whose performance Mike Pouncey calls “unacceptable”
Miami Dolphins players, coaches come to Jay Cutler's defense - NFL Nation- ESPN
Jay Cutler's play has been an easy target for Dolphins fans, but the quarterback's teammates insist that's the least of their problems on offense.
Miami Dolphins QB Jay Cutler should be benched, analysts say; Gase makes changes | Miami Herald
A six-pack of Monday morning Dolphins notes
Dolphins QB Jay Cutler wasn’t as bad as his statistics vs. Titans | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE—It gets old hearing Adam Gase defend Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler at every turn even as he puts together mediocre numbers, but it looks like he has a point coming off the win over Tennessee.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Miami Dolphins’ DeVante Parker: Monday injury update | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker left Sunday's game with an ankle injury. The Dolphins accounted for only 92 receiving yards, with only Jarvis Landry posting more than two catches.
Dolphins sign linebacker Neville Hewitt to practice squad - Sun Sentinel
Miami signs Neville Hewitt to the practice squad
Miami Dolphins captain Michael Thomas: ‘We deal with a lot over here.’ | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Miami Dolphins captain Michael Thomas knows that the Ryan Tannehill injury, Hurricane Irma, AWOL Lawrence Timmons and now the resignation of offensive line coach Chris Foerster has resulted in an unusually high number of issues. "We deal with a lot over here," Thomas said Monday.
Titans at Dolphins
5 Miami Dolphins Snap Conclusions from defeat of Tennessee Titans | The Daily Dolphin
MIAMI GARDENS — Cam Wake says at the end of the season, all anyone will remember is Miami won. And that's fair. It's sort of like how a broken-bat bloop single looks like a line drive in a baseball box score. So let's look inside the numbers a bit.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
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Dolphins Investigating OL Coach Chris Foerster After Incriminating Video Is Released - The Phinsider
Videos shows the offensive line coach snorting a white substance
What would Sam Darnold look like in a Miami Dolphins uniform? - The Phinsider
A preview of the highly coveted quarterback prospect who may be available for Miami at the draft.
Dolphins OL coach Chris Foerster resigns after video surface - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins won their game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, though the offensive line again struggled at times. Changes will be coming to the team, however, as, following the release...
Miami Dolphins offense struggles again; Changes must come soon - The Phinsider
Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans ended the way every Miami Dolphins fan should want - the fight song blaring, "Dolphins Win" flashing across the video boards, and fans chanting as they...
Pro Football Focus: Kiko Alonso Praised After Miami Dolphins' Victory - The Phinsider
In a game that featured a minimal amount of offense from the Dolphins, Kiko Alonso captured PFF's top player grade.