Miami Dolphins Head Coach Mike McDaniel addresses allegations of vaping on the sidelines during an AFC Wild Card game against the Buffalo Bills last season and discusses what happened next.
Miami Dolphins Head Coach Mike McDaniel has spoken out about the alleged ‘vaping incident’ that went viral on social media. He was seen in a video clip appearing to vape on the sidelines during an NFL game.
After being asked about this incident during an interview on the popular “Pardon My Take” podcast, McDaniel gave a cryptic response. He was asked whether he was truly vaping on the sidelines or if the wafting smoke was due to the extreme cold weather. This sent the NFL community of homemade investigative reporters into a frenzy.
McDaniel’s own quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, backed him up at the time, stating his belief that he didn’t think McDaniel was a “vaper.” However, McDaniel later admitted to having vaped in the past but claimed to have since quit cold turkey, just like alcohol. He expressed annoyance at the fact that the vaping rumors were still circulating after such a crucial game.
Despite McDaniel’s admission regarding past vaping, he remained evasive about the infamous sideline incident during the game, letting internet spectators continue to speculate and draw their own conclusions based on the mysterious remarks he gave on the matter.
McDaniel is the head coach of the Miami Dolphins, and under his leadership, the team has achieved unprecedented success, making it to the postseason for the first time since 2016. The team is composed of talented players, including Tua, Tyreke Hill, and Jaylen Waddle.
McDaniel has developed a reputation for avoiding direct answers to most questions fielded by the media, and instead, opting to respond with humor by distracting the journalists from their queries. He is known to be a content machine and has responded humorously to everything from Justin Fields’ scrambling to the amount of money he makes as the head coach of Miami Dolphins, proving his mettle in the high-pressure world of NFL.
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