Jeff Darlington of ESPN is reporting that the Dolphins likely to bring back Dave DeGuglielmo as their new offensive line coach to replace Chris Foerster, who resigned on Monday.
Foerster’s resignation came after a video surfaced Sunday night showing him snorting lines of a white substance off his desk at work.
DeGuglielmo, 49, began his NFL coaching career with the Giants as their assistant offensive line and quality control coach back in 2004. He spent five years in New York before joining the Dolphins’ staff as their OL coach in 2009.
Since then, DeGuglielmo has coached for a few teams including the Jets, Patriots and Chargers as offensive line coaches.