"What do you think, I'm insane?"
The post that accompanied the video - which also has been deleted - said Foerster sent the video to her "professing his love", the Daily News said. Gase declined to say whether Foerster volunteered to resign or was urged to quit.
Foerster is "disappointed, upset, mad at himself - it's unfortunate", Gase added. "It's not fun especially when you're close with somebody, but you gotta take the next step, move on, we're gonna play on Sunday".
The NFL said it was reviewing the matter.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald a short time ago Tweeted that he expects the team to fire Foerster by the end of the day. His returned to the Dolphins in 2016 after the team named Adam Gase its head coach. "He was here at 4 in the morning and worked as hard as he could for us". I saw no signs of it happening.
After the video emerged online, the team said they are looking into the incident and an investigation is underway.
"It's insane", Thomas said.
In the 56-second clip, Foerster appears to be holding a rolled up $20 bill in his hand and adjusts a camera as he talks to an unidentified woman.
He begins the video saying, "Hey babe, miss you, thinking about you". "How about me going to a meeting and doing this before I go?"
The fact that a professional coach snorted a substance before a meeting is downright unethical.
Nige won't get the credit that she deserves, but we at The Root are here for you, sis. Nige, who apparently works as a model in Las Vegas, is milking the moment for what it's worth by pointing out the hypocrisy of critics of the protests but noting the lack of outrage that a white National Football League coach is doing lines.
"Because I know you have to keep that baby", Foerster continued after snorting two lines of the unconfirmed substance. "We'll rally, we'll figure out a way, we'll show up next week, we'll do our thing". Then the team dealt with linebacker Lawrence Timmons going AWOL the night before their season opener against the Chargers. She goes on to draw a parallel between perceived sympathy for Foerster and attitudes towards black players in the NFL.