Signed by Saints, 5/14/14…Waived by Denver Broncos, 8/25/13…Agreed to terms with Denver as an undrafted free agent, 4/30/13…Appeared in one preseason game for the Broncos…Played one season for West Texas A&M (2012) after graduating from Kansas State where he was a member of the team for two seasons, as well as playing two years at Mt. San Antonio (Walnut, Calif.) Junior College (2008-2009)…As a senior, started all 15 games for the Buffs, blocking for Saints RB Khiry Robinson, and was named a finalist for the Gene Upshaw Division II Offensive Lineman of the Year award…Missed the 2011 season with Kansas State (Achilles) and received a medical redshirt from the NCAA…As a junior, started all 13 games for the Wildcats and was part of a line that helped the Wildcats record 200 rushing yards per game to rank second in the Big 12…As a sophomore at Mt. San Antonio, named second-team All-Southern California Football Association…Prepped at Sultana (Hesperia, Calif.) HS…As a senior, earned All-League, All-County and All-Southern California honors…Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in May 2012…Pronunciation: Muh-NAH-SEE FOE-kettie…Born on September 18, 1990.
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