Dolphins ‘shocked’ by snorting video that led to Chris Foerster’s resignation

A video of Chris Foerster snorting a white, powdery substance has cost the Miami Dolphins offensive line coach his job and brought more embarrassment to a team that has been in the national headlines for odd reasons this season.

The video, which a source told the Sun Sentinel was taken in the Dolphins’ Davie offices, shows Foerster (pronounced FURR-stir), snorting three lines with a $20 bill. It was posted Sunday night on the Facebook page of a Las Vegas woman named Kijuana Nige, a self-proclaimed model who later suggested on social media that she was exposing the coach in a manner of protest for how NFL players kneeling for the national anthem are being treated.

On Monday, the Dolphins accepted Foerster’s resignation and expressed surprise about the situation involving a coach who had been in his 25th season working in the league. The episode came just weeks after the Dolphins dealt with linebacker Lawrence Timmons going AWOL before the first game of the season.

“I want to apologize to the organization and my sole focus is on getting the help that I need with the support of family and medical professionals,” Foerster, who turns 56 on Thursday, said in a statement released by the Dolphins.