The Washington Commanders told offensive line coach John Matsko they were moving in a different direction with his position, multiple reports said Tuesday.
The move comes as new Washington offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy continues to fill out his staff of assistant coaches.
Matsko, 72, had been Washington’s offensive line coach since 2020. He has worked as an O-line coach in the NFL since 1992, serving in the same role for the then-Phoenix Cardinals (1992-93), New Orleans Saints (1994-96), New York Giants (1997-98), then-St. Louis Rams (1999-2005), Kansas City Chiefs (2006-07), Baltimore Ravens (2008-10) and Carolina Panthers (2011-19).
Matsko had stuck together with Commanders head coach Ron Rivera since 2011 between Carolina and Washington.
–Field Level Media
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