A startling video of Miami Dolphins coach Chris Foerster surfaced on social media over the weekend. Below is one such version, which includes graphic content and NSFW language.
DeGuglielmo, a 12-year coaching veteran in the National Football League, coached the offensive line in Miami from 2009 to '11.
"So quick to make excuses for (Foerster) but will roast a minority player over an anthem, dog fights, weed, domestic issues etc", she wrote.
Foerster said in a resignation statement Monday he accepts full responsibility for his actions and wants to focus on getting help.
As the Palm Beach Post first reported, DeGugliemo returns to the Dolphins after serving as their offensive line coach from 2009 to 2011. It's unclear when or where the video was made, or how it became public.
How about me going into a meeting and doing this before I go? The professional football team also announced it had opened an investigation.
The NFL said it was reviewing the matter. Foerster joined the Dolphins shortly after Gase became head coach past year.
DeGuglielmo is not expected to take the role of former offensive line coach Chris Foerster, who resigned Monday following the release of a video that showed him snorting a white powder. Gase even credited Foerster as a good coach who put in long hours and "worked as hard as he could" for the team. Now Foerster's new video scandal adds to other recent issues for the Miami Dolphins.
DeGuglielmo, known as "The Guge" during his time in New England, was born in Cambridge and raised in Lexington, where the undersized 5-foot-7 center anchored the high school team's offensive line.
"What do you think, I'm insane?"