We can’t be sure that the hiring process was fair and equitable, and the coaches were selected solely on merit.
But for the past three seasons, we’ve seen plenty of women’s football coaches take the job and go on to earn the coveted jobs at the NFL level.
The numbers suggest that these women are doing just fine.
As of this past weekend, the top 25 women’s coaching vacancies in the NFL are listed below.
All of these women have a proven track record of producing success.
Some of the most notable are: Kelly Bryant: Head coach, Miami Dolphins (2009-2012)