Davie, Fla. — The Dolphins’ offensive line situation deteriorated this week from inconsistent to intolerable, and now coach Adam Gase is dealing with the fallout.
Gase hit the reset button Wednesday by hiring Dave DeGuglielmo as senior offensive assistant. He’ll help fill the void created by the departure of offensive line coach Chris Foerster, who resigned Monday when a video surfaced that appeared to show him snorting a white powder while sweet-talking a Las Vegas model.
There’s no evidence any issues involving Foerster involved others in the organization, Gase said.
“To me it was an isolated incident,” Gase said. “There were a lot of people who were just a little surprised.”
Gase declined to say how offensive line coaching duties will be divided following Foerster’s departure.
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