Fins' offensive line moving on after snorting scandal

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Dolphins offensive line practices. (Courtesy Sun-Sentinel)

The front line is supposed to be the strength of an offense.

The Dolphin offense is the worst in the NFL - so maybe it's a blessing in disguise, that the man leading that unit is no longer with the team.

Fins Offensive Line Coach Chris Foerster resigned Monday after video surfaced of him snorting a white powdery substance believed to be cocaine inside a dolphins meeting room. Wednesday, some Fins offensive linemen refused to talk about Foerster - others called him a great man, and a great coach.

Wednesday was the Dolphins first day of work, with new offensive assistant Dave DeGuglielmo. Through four games the Dolphins rank dead last in the NFL in yards per game and points per game. But the Fins offensive linemen says, the change won't make a big difference.

The Dolphins have just three offensive touchdowns this season. This is not a good sign to help that offense - wide receiver DeVante Parker did not practice Wednesday. Parker is nursing an ankle injury he sustained in Sunday's win over Tennessee. Head coach Adam Gase said he's in a "wait and see" mode, when it comes to Parker's injury.