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. "Even if he didn't send that video, it was going to be exposed because it needed to be exposed", she said. "Just in case I just so happened to get set up or somehow pop up dead, this story was still going to get out".
There's no evidence any issues involving Foerster involved others in the organization, Gase said. Everywhere they went he sent me other footage. "He was at his Miami office".
She also said she has other footage, and that the published video was just "the tip of the iceberg". In conversations with ESPN Radio and Black Sports Online, Nige answers lingering questions about the circumstances under which Foerster filmed himself poking snot and telling her that he wanted to lick blow off her "pussy" and sent it to her. "After speaking with Chris this morning, he accepted full responsibility and we accepted his resignation effective immediately". Gase even credited Foerster as a good coach who put in long hours and "worked as hard as he could" for the team.
She said Foerster invited her to move to Miami and to travel to London when the Dolphins played there on Oct. 1. But the commissioner stopped short of demanding or ordering players to stand.
According to Nige, she posted the video because she felt threatened by Foerster, who in a text message said he'd contact the Dolphins' security team if she did anything with the video.
DeGuglielmo has spent 12 years as an NFL coach and 13 years as a college coach, winning two Super Bowl rings with the New York Giants and New England Patriots. "It's something I have against the system".
"This is shining a light on the inequalities we have as a country". We don't get paid the same amount as everyone else. "He was a great coach to us, a great man, and we appreciate everything he has done for us".
Some bizarre and sordid new details are coming out in the saga of a former NFL coach and his apparent Las Vegas mistress.
As the Palm Beach Post first reported, DeGugliemo returns to the Dolphins after serving as their offensive line coach from 2009 to 2011.
"To me, it was an isolated incident", Gase said.
"I want him to get help", Nig'e said.
During the course of the more than 25-minute interview, Nige said Foerster made a lot of promises but not a financial promise.
Foerster's wife, Michelle, released a statement saying the family's foremost concern was that he receive help.