Chris Foerster, the former Miami Dolphins offensive line coach who resigned after video surfaced showing him snorting a white powdery substance, has found his way back into coaching, taking a job with the San Francisco 49ers, two sources told ESPN on Friday.

Foerster, 57, joined the 49ers during the offseason, but the hiring was never announced, nor is Foerster currently mentioned on the 49ers’ team website. He assists the coaching staff with game-planning, the sources said.

This is the first job Foerster has taken since announcing his resignation Oct. 9, 2017, vowing to seek professional help for drug and alcohol addiction. Prior to his resignation, he was among the NFL’s highest-paid assistant coaches, earning a salary between $2.5 million and $3 million a year.

The NFL and its teams have some strange ways of handling things.  Domestic violence and child abuse are just fine, assuming you can still play at a high level. 

Substance abuse gets you kicked out of the league.  And in this case, quietly hired back into the league.  

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