ROCKVILLE – Former Redskins player Dexter Manley pleaded guilty to punching a former coworker on the side of the head and giving him a concussion two months ago. His trial took place in District Court on Thursday.
Judge Moffett sentenced Manley to a year of probation, 60 days of community service and to anger management sessions.
According to police documents, the incident happened in Andrew Bernstein’s office at CE Construction Services in Derwood. Bernstein, another coworker, saw what happened.
The reports indicate Bernstein said Manley and Robert Jones, the victim, were having a conversation while Bernstein was sitting at his desk. During that conversation, Manley got up and walked over to Jones and punched him on the left side of the head.