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Arizona Cardinals hire Jen Welter as first female, Jewish NFL coach

Jen Welter will help coach Arizona Cardinals inside linebackers this summer — and she’ll be making history in the process.

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The Arizona Cardinals made history Monday, announcing the hiring 37-year-old, Jen Welter, of the Indoor Football League as the NFL’s first woman to hold a coaching position:

  • She is former pro player with the Dallas Diamonds, part of the Women’s Football Alliance when the team win four titles.
  • Welter skipped college and also has a master’s degree in sports psychology and a PhD in psychology
  • Last season, she became the first woman to coach in a men’s professional league, when she was hired by Texas Revolution, part of the Indoor Football League.
  • In February this year she was also the first woman to play in a non-kicking position in a men’s professional league, for Revolution.
  • Selter started working out seriously just a few years ago.
  • She is the only Jewish woman builds career on her butt.
  • Her stepfather’s brother lives near Jerusalem. He’s Orthodox and has 12 kids.
  • She has 6.7 million Instagram followers. 
  • Selter, was featured in People magazine in 2010 for having a nose job.
  • she is inspiring, strong and beautiful young woman.
  • Her dream was to become the next Jillian Michaels , the famous fitness trainer and reality TV personality


Today’s workout fueled by @IamFitMiss

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  1. segilman

    July 28, 2015 at 3:20 pm

    You are referring to two different people. Jen WELTER was hired by the Cardinals and you have facts belonging to Jen Selter, and an Instagram picture of Selter. Your Googling skills failed you. Try again.

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