Autumn Lockwood Is The First Black Woman To Coach In The Super Bowl


February 7, 2023

Philadelphia Eagles’ assistant performance coach just made history as the first Black woman to coach in the Super Bowl.

We recently reported on Nicole Lynn’s Super Bowl LVII feat of becoming the first Black woman to represent an NFL quarterback in the championship, but when it comes to Black Girl Magic, there’s always more where that came from! Meet Autumn Lockwood, former soccer player, certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.


Lockwood joined the Eagles in August of 2022 as a Sports Performance Coach; now she’s heading into her first major championship! She’s the first Black woman to achieve this feat but the fourth woman in NFL history to do so.


Congratulations, Autumn!

Photo: LinkedIn/ GMA

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