Washington Football Team’s Jennifer King to make NFL history again as first Black woman to be full-time assistant coach

The Washington Football Team will promote Jennifer King to a full-time offensive assistant, a source affirmed to ESPN, making her the principal Black lady to be a full-time mentor in the NFL.

King spent this previous season as a full-time assistant, working with running backs mentor Randy Jordan. Washington’s running backs got solid creation from third-down back J.D. McKissic, who got a profession best 80 passes for 589 yards and hurried multiple times for 365. Likewise, new kid on the block Antonio Gibson scrambled for 795 yards and 11 scores as he progressed from playing generally recipient in school.

King additionally filled in as an understudy for a very long time under mentor Ron Rivera when he was in Carolina, in 2018 and ’19. She additionally was an associate recipients mentor for the Arizona Hotshots of the Alliance of American Football.

King was a hostile aide at Dartmouth College in 2019 preceding joining Washington last offseason. She was a standard member in the NFL’s training centers from 2015 to ’18, and went to the NFL Women’s Career in Football Forum in 2018. She additionally played for three expert ladies’ football crews from 2006 to ’19: the Carolina Phoenix, with whom she went through 11 years, the New York Sharks and the D.C. Divas.

She likewise filled in as the lead trainer of the Johnson and Wales University Charlotte women’s basketball team from 2016 to ’18, managing it to a USCAA Division II public title. She was a colleague on the Greensboro College ladies’ ball group from 2006 to ’16.

She played softball and ball for Guilford College.

Information on King’s advancement was first revealed by NFL Network.