The video that Sherrod shared has since been taken off her Facebook page, but she said Wednesday that it was taken in the Dolphins office about a week ago.
"After I realised his habits and who he was and everything going on in the system, he was going to get exposed". We were just kind of talking about that system and how we went about things and some of the things that we're doing different now and some of the things that we liked in the system, some of the things that we kind of tinkered with to see if we like better.
"I'm kind of in a wait-and-see mode and previous year, we went to the Baltimore game and I was told he was not going to play for a couple of weeks and he played on that Sunday", Gase said. What I've always appreciated about him he's a fighter, gives you everything he has. But I think about you when I do it. If he's not out there, we've got guys we have to shuffle around.
The almost minutelong video was posted and went viral late Sunday night on Facebook and was shared to other social media sites.
"We were made aware of the video late last night and have no tolerance for this behavior", the team said.
After the organization accepted Foerster's resignation Monday, following the Dolphins' 16-10 victory of the Titans Sunday, the team released a statement - which Foerster blasted as "holding his hand", asserting that now Foerster will find another job as Colin Kaepernick doesn't.
In another interview with a local Las Vegas TV station, Sherrod said she wants Foerster to get the help Foerster himself acknowledged that he needs.
Foerster was in his second season of his second stint with the Miami Dolphins.
DeGugliemo operated as the Los Angeles Rams assistant offensive line coach from 2016-Oct.
Foerster, who reportedly was one of the NFL's highest-paid assistant coaches at between $2.5 million and $3 million per year, and his wife are facing two unpaid-tax liens filed by the IRS. He played center at Colorado State. Nige also implied that she feared for her safety after Foerster threatened her after coming down off an alleged high.
"I don't think I can say what my reaction was", Gase told reporters at a news conference Monday. "He was here at 4 in the morning and worked as hard as he could for us".
Gase declined to say if the National Football League would have a disciplinary role in the Foerster situation.