Video Surfaces of Dolphins OL Coach Chris Foerster Reportedly Doing Drugs Before a Team Meeting

What’s been an up and down season for the Miami Dolphins just got a whole lot more down.

A NSFW video popped up late on Sunday evening, the same day the Fins were 16-10 winners to get to 2-2 on the season after topping the Tennessee Titans 16-10, of one of their coaches allegedly snorting lines of a substance believed to be cocaine before a team meeting.

That coach is offensive line coach Chris Foerster, and the video was originally put out on Reddit, and quickly was shared all over the place until it had to be addressed by the team via a quote.

If you haven’t seen the video as of yet, you can clearly see the person snorting something with a bill as he talks to the camera.

Again, very disturbing and there’s a lot of unanswered questions to this latest saga in the NFL and with the Dolphins.

Dolphins Coach Adam Gase Has No Issues With Jay Cutler in the Wildcat

(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) ORG XMIT: FLLS109

Dolphins coach Adam Gase on Wednesday defended quarterback Jay Cutler’s role in the Wildcat, James Walker of ESPN.com reports.

Lined up outside as a receiver during Sunday’s 20-0 loss to the New Orleans Saints, Cutler was mocked heavily on social media for not moving on the play and keeping his hands on his hips. However, Gase said Cutler did the right thing, and he wasn’t concerned about the quarterback’s body language.

“Yes. As soon as he steps forward, they can knock the … I won’t say it, but they can hit him,” Gase said. “If he steps back or doesn’t move, now you’re looking at different kinds of penalties. Until you go through it, where a quarterback steps off the ball and starts working downfield and you watch one of them get blasted.”

Cutler agreed with Gase that he was just carrying out his assignment. The quarterback even made light of the situation.

“That’s what they told me to do: Sit there, don’t get hit, don’t touch anybody, don’t move,” Cutler said. “I feel like I executed that one.”

Dolphins Reinstate Linebacker Lawrence Timmons

Dolphins linebacker Lawrence Timmons was reinstated Tuesday and will play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, a source told Adam Schefter of ESPN.

Timmons had been suspended indefinitely after he went AWOL a day before the team’s opener in Week 2 against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Dolphins’ Week 1 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was postponed to later in the season because of Hurricane Irma.

The Dolphins located Timmons before the game against the Chargers but made him inactive, snapping his streak of 101 consecutive starts.

The suspension lasted just one week, as Timmons missed Sunday’s 20-6 loss to the New York Jets.

Dolphins coach Adam Gase had indicated last week that Timmons could return. Without mentioning Timmons, he said, “I would say that you can be forgiven if the right steps are taken.”

Gase wouldn’t discuss details of Timmons’ situation other than to say that it was a personal matter but affected the team, which led to the suspension.

According to the collective bargaining agreement, Miami could have suspended Timmons for a maximum of four games.

Every Game The Dolphins Score A Touchdown, You Score A Free Frosty

Wendy's Dolphins Frosty Freeze Promo

Wendy’s and the Dolphins are kicking off an exciting new promotion for the upcoming season! Every game (home or away), if the Dolphins score a touchdown, you score a free Frosty on the day of the game or the day after the game.* They’re making sure that all of South Florida has a Frosty Freeze this season since they scored one in every game last season.

To celebrate this awesome promo, we’ve teamed up with Wendy’s to give one lucky Dolphins Gab reader a $50 Wendy’s gift card. To enter, simply leave a comment below telling us what your favorite Wendy’s menu item is.

We’ll pick a winner at random on Friday, September 1, 2018. Good luck!

* One free small Frosty® per customer while supplies last. No purchase necessary. Only at participating Wendy’s® locations in Broward, Dade, Indian River, Martin, Miami Dade, Monroe, Okeechobee, Palm Beach and St. Lucie counties until January 1, 2018.

AFC East Podcast: Preseason Week 2

The Miami Dolphins took a loss to the Baltimore Ravens 31-7 in the second week of preseason play. They aren’t ready for AFC East play.

As you can tell by the score, the Dolphins offense was very pedestrian. Senorise Perry had 6 carries for 25 yards and recorded a touchdown. The lost fumble on the kick return might have really hurt his confidence. Jay Culter was there for a drive but no one noticed. On the defensive side, things were rough. Zavian Howard had the easiest interception ever. But overall the defense couldn’t figure it out. They gave up several big plays. Don’t be surprised to see the Dolphins at the bottom of the AFC East.

Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher or Spreaker

Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NFL_GPN

What Should We Expect From The Miami Dolphins In 2017?

Miami Dolphins fans, it is that time of year again. Expectation and anticipation is building ahead of what could be another positive season for Adam Gase’s side. In 2016, Miami went 10-6 but fell at the first hurdle in the playoffs.

With the New England Patriots still locked in as the primary betting contenders in the AFC East, Miami will be fighting for one of the wildcard spot again this year but the Dolphins look well placed to reach the playoffs for the second season running.

Strengths

Defensively, Miami’s strength is up front. Playing predominantly with a 4-3 scheme, newly promoted defensive coordinator Matt Burke wants the Dolphins to be even more aggressive on the line. And why not?

Miami is blessed with an abundance of defensive talent and the Dolphins could be set for a mega year. They gave up 30 receiving touchdowns last season but Miami’s impressive tally of 16 interceptions and 33 sacks says a lot about their pressure upfront.

As previously mentioned, New England are Miami’s main rivals in the AFC East. The New York Jets are in disarray and plenty of pundits believe that Todd Bowles’ side may finish as the worst franchise in the National Football League.

Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills are a bit of a mixed bag and it would take a brave man to back Sean McDermott’s men in the race for second spot in the AFC East. Miami won at home and on the road against Buffalo last year and more success against their divisional opponents could be on the cards.

Breakout

Jay Ajayi had a breakout year in 2016 and Dolphins fans will be expecting Gase to adopt yet another run-heavy approach this time around – especially if Ryan Tannehill is out through injury for an extended spell. Ajayi averaged 4.9 yards per carry last year, rushing for over 1,200 yards and eight touchdowns.

If the Miami running back can replicate those figures, the Dolphins will be in business and his influence should free space up out wide for the likes of Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills and Devante Parker.

Gase doesn’t have what you would call an ‘elite’ option at receiver but this Miami corps has plenty of potential. Landry is the shining light at the position and has been Tannehill’s main target in recent years but the Dolphins are now stronger than ever out wide.

Throw pass-catching tight end Julius Thomas into the mix and the Dolphins have a plethora of options on offense. Thomas flourished at the Denver Broncos with Peyton Manning under center and although Tannehill isn’t a future Hall of Famer, he could still make a solid impact with the Dolphins quarterback steering the ship.

Looking specifically at Miami’s schedule; it isn’t straightforward by any stretch. Facing the New England Patriots twice a year can take its toll on a side but the Dolphins must also cope with facing the NFC South and AFC West this year – Miami will need to be at their brilliant best to emerge victorious.

Getting off to a fast start is essential. With fixtures against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Chargers and New York Jets to start the season, a 2-1 or even 3-0 record is a must if Miami are serious about competing this year.

Winning on the road in the National Football League isn’t easy but this Dolphins side are made of stern stuff. Adam Gase’s side are heading in the right direction and another 10-6 season beckons if Miami can hold their nerve and negotiate a tricky schedule.

AFC East Podcast Ep. 1 Preseason Week 1

The Miami Dolphins finished at the bottom of the league in run defense not only in the AFC East but also the entire NFL. The front office decided to address these issues in the draft. Defensive end Charles Harris from Missouri was their 1st round pick. Raekwon McMillian, the linebacker from Ohio State that’s already torn his ACL, was drafted in the 2nd round. Then, cornerback Cordrea Tankersley was chosen in the 3rd round.

The Dolphins did win their first preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons. Their receiving corp consisting of Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills, and DeVante Parker is looking to be on the best in the league. Jay Cutler is ready to save the day. The Dolphins won’t be the laughing stock of the AFC East.

Subscribe to the podcast on SoundCloud, Spreaker, Stitcher or GooglePlay.

New Dolphins QB Cutler Buys Back His Number 6 From Backup QB Brandon Doughty

(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) ORG XMIT: FLLS109

New Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler is in a spending mood these days, buying back his jersey number 6 from backup quarterback Brandon Doughty.

Here’s the story of how it all went down from PFT:

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler wanted to wear No. 6 in Miami, just as he did in Denver and Chicago, so he shelled out a little cash to make it happen.

Backup quarterback Brandon Doughty confirmed that Cutler bought No. 6 from him.

“We worked something out,” Doughty said, via the Sun-Sentinel.

There’s no word on how much money Cutler paid Doughty for the number, but given that Cutler has made more than $100 million in his career and Doughty makes the league minimum, it probably wasn’t hard to find a dollar amount that wasn’t a lot in Cutler’s mind but was well worth it in Doughty’s mind.