March 2, 2021
Sports News

Source — Washington’s Jennifer King to make history again as first Black woman to be full-time NFL coach – ESPN

The Washington Football Team will promote Jennifer King to a full-time offensive assistant, a source confirmed to ESPN, making her the first Black woman to be a full-time coach in the NFL.
King spent this past season as a full-time intern, working with running backs coach Randy Jordan. Washington’s running backs received strong production from third-down back J.D. McKissic, who caught a career-best 80 passes for 589 yards and rushed 85 times for 365. Also, rookie Antonio Gibson rushed for 795 yards…

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