Chris Foerster, who lost his job as Dolphins offensive line coach this week amid the leaking of an embarrassing video, has not left the building silently.
Chris Foerster, who lost his job as Dolphins offensive line coach this week amid the leaking of an embarrassing video, has not left the building silently. Lynne Sladky AP
Chris Foerster, who lost his job as Dolphins offensive line coach this week amid the leaking of an embarrassing video, has not left the building silently. Lynne Sladky AP
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