teams & leagues

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These Women Were N.F.L. ‘Firsts.’ They’re Eager for Company.

Two women will coach the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in this year’s Super Bowl, a milestone in the N.F.L.’s gender diversity efforts. Women in football hope their presence quickly stops being noteworthy.

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Sarah Thomas on Making History as the First Female Referee to Officiate a Super Bowl

Sarah Thomas is at the top of her game. The NFL referee will make history once again when she officiates Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7, becoming the first female to do so.

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A Canadian woman is revolutionizing America’s game, and the Super Bowl is the next stage

It was late February 2020 and Sam Rapoport was spearheading the NFL’s Women’s Careers in Football Forum, then in its fourth year.

Full-year coaching intern Jennifer King, right, works with Washington Football Team running back J.D. McKissic (41) before the team's NFL wild-card playoff football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021, in Landover, Md. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Washington’s Jennifer King becomes NFL’s first full-time Black female assistant position coach

It’s official: Jennifer King is the first full-time African-American female assistant position coach in NFL history.

programs & training

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The Scott Pioli & Family Fund for Women Football Coaches and Scouts

Thanks to the gracious generosity of spirit and financial support of Scott Pioli, the Women’s Sports Foundation has established …

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NFL Coach Jen Welter to Host FREE NYC Girls Football Camp (9/22)

The first female coach in the NFL, Dr. Jen Welter, partnered with the NFL Alumni to bring cities across …

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Flag football camp for girls set July 31

Cynthia Zordich, founder of nflthread.net, a private platform for NFL women, has joined forces with NFL Alumni and Grrrridiron …

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Manning Passing Academy to hold football camp for girls

The Manning Passing Academy, entering its 23rd year, will launch its inaugural MPA Football Clinic and Camp for Women …

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mvp & rookies

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Boston Renegade Adrienne Smith’s mission to empower, inspire the next generation of women in football

Adrienne Smith cannot be stopped. On the football field, she is a star receiver for the Boston Renegades, a three-time Women’s Football Alliance champion and a two-time International Federation of American Football Women’s World Champion. She’s an entrepreneur, a producer, but more than anything, she’s an advocate, pulling those around her up along with her.

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Where Are They Now: Uxbridge native Allison Cahill stays on grid, still calling the signals

Cahill, the former Uxbridge High basketball and softball all-star who was a standout guard at Princeton University, will enter her 18th year playing football when the Renegades resume practice for the 2021 season this month.

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’21 Strong: Callie Brownson’s history-making year as a trailblazer for women in the NFL

Not many people are brave enough to take a job billed as “anything and everything,” with a bit of “unpredictable” thrown in, too.

However, they aren’t Callie Brownson. In 2020, she saw an opportunity as Cleveland Browns’ Chief of Staff as a dream come true.

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A lesson from one of the best receivers in the game

Number 10 for the Boston Renegades has compiled one of the most decorated careers in tackle and flag football in the game. Adrienne Smith’s receiver resume and stats go back more than 10 years.

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