The NFL’s newest coach, a game-changing hire for women
Clip: 01/21/2016 | 5m 23s
The Buffalo Bills announced Wednesday that they have hired the first full-time female coach in NFL history. Kathryn Smith is the team’s new special teams quality control coach, and comes to the job with 13 years of NFL experience with the Bills and the New York Jets. Hari Sreenivasan talks to Christine Brennan of USA Today for more on the groundbreaking hire and its implications.
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