Greg Manusky will be on the Arrowhead Stadium sideline Monday night as the defensive coordinator for the Washington Redskins, but that wasn’t always the case.
Manusky spent 1994 to 1999 with the Chiefs as a linebacker, amassing 48 tackles, one forced fumble and nine fumble recoveries. Manusky hardly started, but he never missed a game during the six years with the Chiefs. Marty Schottenheimer coached Manusky for most of that time.
Two years after Manusky’s playing career had ended in 2001, it was Schottenheimer who gave Manusky his first coaching job as an offensive assistant for the Washington Redskins. From there, Manusky spent time on the staffs of the Chargers, 49ers and Colts before rejoining the Redskins last year.
One of you #PrideHeads wrote in this week and said, “He was kind of our Rudy.”
Please don’t chant Greg’s name tonight.