MIAMI — On Sunday, San Francisco 49ers offensive assistant Katie Sowers will become the first female member of an NFL staff to coach in a Super Bowl.
On Monday evening, Sowers was still wrapping her head around that idea.
“Being the first female in the Super Bowl, it’s surreal,” Sowers said. “It really is. But what I want to continue to say is that even though I’m the first, the most important thing is I’m not the last and we continue to grow it.”
Sowers was a popular interview for the many media members who attended Monday’s Opening Night for Super Bowl LIV. For most of the hourlong session, she was peppered with questions about her place in history,
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