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Woman on Foerster video: 'Tip of the iceberg'

12 Octubre 2017

Nige admits that she was always planning on exposing him, but she pulled the trigger on leaking the video after Foerster threatened to sic an "NFL cleanup crew" on her if she outed the clip he filmed and sent to her of his own accord.

Nige, 31, who released the damning video of Foerster snorting a white powder ahead of a meeting, leading to his resignation Monday, said he "kind of threatened me" if she exposed him.

"It's really one of the hard things about it that the next game comes...and you just have to keep going whether it's missing a kid's recital or something with your parents". "I was surprised", said Nige.

She later revealed the politics behind her motivation. Back in 2014, former offensive line coach Jim Turner lost his job with the team in the wake of an investigation into bullying in the locker room. We don't get paid the same amount as everyone else.

Nige detailed how she met Foerster while the Dolphins trained at Oxnard in California in September.

"He was calling for entertainment".

Njie said she has received death threats but most of the feedback she's gotten has been positive. I hate to see it happening to him.

"This is a regular habit of his anywhere he goes", she continued.

Nige said that during their association, she and Foerster got together multiple times.

With Foerster gone, added responsibility will fall to Mike Pouncey and Jermon Bushrod, the offensive line's veterans, to make it work. He was doing it at his desk.

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Eifert reportedly is consulting with doctors in Los Angeles to determine if he should have micro-disk surgery, which would sideline him for four to six months.

Gase said he has known Foerster since 2008, when both were assistants with the San Francisco 49ers. "We've liked what Kevin has been able to do within our offense when he's been in there and he will start on Sunday because that's what we feel is best for our team at this point in time".

Nige questioned why Foerster was given the opportunity to resign instead of being fired. Foerster, on the other hand, has probably worked his last day in the NFL, after being one of the highest-paid position coaches in the league.

ESPN's Jeff Darlington first reported the story. This was not an African American man.

DeGuglielmo returns to Miami after spending three seasons as the offensive line coach under former head coach Tony Sparano. "And that's the truth of the matter".

Woman on Foerster video: 'Tip of the iceberg'