Need some help setting your lineup as the season’s fifth week gets underway? NFL Nation reporters answer the biggest fantasy questions — provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay — across the league for Week 5.
In the video, the man — whom multiple sources have identified as Foerster — is seen using a $20 bill to snort the powdery substance off a table while speaking into the camera, saying, “Hey, I miss you. … Thinking about you. … How about me going to a meeting and doing this before I go.”
Dolphins coach Adam Gase told ESPN on Sunday night that he just found out about the video and is processing the situation. Foerster would not comment when ESPN reached out Sunday night.
Foerster is in the second season of his second stint with the Dolphins. He was promoted to run game coordinator/offensive line coach in February. He has been an assistant coach with eight teams since starting with the Minnesota Vikings in 1992.
Foerster is one of the highest-paid assistant coaches in the NFL, at a salary valued between $2.5 million and $3 million a year.
Golden Tate, WR, Lions: Matthew Stafford got off to a terrible start in this one, and if not for a fourth-quarter rally, Tate’s 9.8 PPR fantasy point total would’ve been a whole lot worse. Tate was practically invisible during the first half, and his final score was mediocre considering he was started in 75.3 percent of ESPN leagues, within the top 20 at his position and a season high for him, and caught five of his eight targets. In fact, he wasn’t even the highest-scoring Tate on Sunday: Brandon Tate had 10.5 PPR fantasy points of his own.