Defensive wizard and all around genius Chunk Bresnahan used to be the defensive coordinator for Mike Brown's Bengals. He was the innovator of the world famous "Cover None" defense, where cornerbacks would line up 11 yards off of the wide receiver and backpedal immediately at the snap. Every single one of his blitz packages was copied and spread quickly through the league when they debuted around 1959.
His newest job, according to PFT, is linebackers coach for the Orlando Team to be Named later in the upcoming UFL. What a horrible nickname!
That's right folks, this man went from running a defense for an alleged NFL team to a position coach for an upstart football league. This is like being a going from a well-known porn star to being the 2nd lead in a low budget snuff film. He ran the defense here only one year ago.