Dolphins hire Dave DeGuglielmo as senior offensive assistant

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The 33-year-old admitted that she's baffled as to why a guy would jeopardize a plum gig by sending her the unsolicited video in the first place, although it sounds like Foerster regretted sending the film nearly immediately. She mentioned former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who is now out of the league.

"It's kind of like a white privilege if you want to be honest about it", Nig'e said. "It's a white privilege when you compare the two".

Nig'e claimed that she was dating Foerster and that he sent her the video two days after they broke up. She said the coach used her as a "cocaine platter" and said he had a serious drug problem. He was with Josh in New England and me being with him in Denver.

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By Monday they had repeatedly searched his homes and interviewed his brother, girlfriend and others he's done business with. Inside Paddock's room, the officers described seeing rifles, electronics, drills and stacks of ammunition magazines.

"He basically sent me a message saying anything I planned to do or tried to harm him will be turned over to his job's security team", Sherrod said Wednesday in an ESPN Radio interview with Miami radio hosts Dan Le Batard and Jon Weiner, according to The Miami Herald.

Nige also said she had more footage of Foerster. Sherrod said she has more damaging video and pictures ("It's just the tip of the iceberg", she said). By Monday morning, Foerster had resigned his position with the team. "I want to apologize to the organization and my sole focus is on getting the help that I need with the support of my family and medical professionals". Nige explained that the coach reached out to her when the team was practicing in California because he was looking for "a party girl". They would not have given him the opportunity to resign. Also: Njie said that while she "cares" about the Dolphins coach, she also believes strongly she needed to take him down to "expose the inequalities in the system". "He was in his Miami office". She said he previously told her that he was divorced. "The thing that's kind of the steps that we're taking is we win the game and the fact that guys are disappointed because they want to do better, they want to make sure that we're making strides to where the deeper the season goes, we get better".

Gase said he had an idea of how DeGuglielmo would fit in and work with assistant offensive line coach Chris Kuper, though he said he preferred to keep that information "in house" at the moment.

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