When the Washington Redskins hire former Carolina Panthers intern Jennifer King she’ll make history as the NFL’s first African-American female assistant coach. Her reunion with former Panthers/now Redskins coach Ron Rivera will also make her the fourth woman with a full-time NFL assistant job, according to The Athletic. King knows football: she won three championships in the semi-pro Women’s Football Alliance and worked as a Alliance of American Football assistant wide receivers coach for the Arizona Hotshots. She also spent time on the field as Dartmouth College’s offensive assistant. Congratulations Coach King!
Assistant Coach Jennifer King To Make NFL History
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