Foerster's wife releases statement regarding treatment

Michelle Foerster, the wife of former Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster, released a statement on behalf of her family Wednesday.

A video of Chris Foerster was released Sunday in which he snorts an unspecified white substance. He resigned as the Dolphins' offensive line coach Monday.

Below is Michelle Foerster's statement, per ESPN's James Walker:

As a family, our first and foremost concern is that Chris gets the help he needs. We ask that family members be afforded privacy as we work to support each other during this difficult period. At this time, we have no further comment to provide.

Foerster's wife releases statement regarding treatment
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