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The Washington Redskins have a brand new coach name Ron Rivera.  Rivera came from the Carolina Panthers where he coached for 9 years.

While Coach of the Panthers he hired a female intern named “Jennifer King.”

Now that Ron Rivera has moved north to Washington and the Skins, so has “Jennifer King.”

The Redskins have named Jennifer King as a full-year coaching intern with the team.

King will be joining head coach Ron Rivera’s offensive staff and will work with them throughout the offseason, training camp and regular season.

She is expected to assist running backs coach Randy Jordan.

RON RIVERA:  “Jennifer is a bright young coach and will be a great addition to our staff.”  “Her familiarity with my expectations as a coach and my firsthand knowledge of her work ethic and preparation were big factors in bringing her to the Redskins.”

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She spent two seasons with the Carolina Panthers, and now joins the Redskins and expecting to work with the Running backs.

She was an offensive assistant at Dartmouth College last year.

She has experience as a player for several women’s tackle football teams. She was a seven-time All-American quarterback and wide receiver for the Carolina Phoenix, and she won a WFA National Championship with the New York Sharks in 2018. Last year, she played wide receiver and safety for the D.C. Divas.

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