San Francisco 49ers offensive assistant trainer Katie Sowers stated in an interview Tuesday that an NFL govt informed her a workforce she used to be involved in wasn’t in a position to rent a feminine trainer simply but.
Sowers made the revelation concerning the unnamed workforce in an interview with FOX Sports activities 1’s Kristine Leahy in an episode of “Truthful Sport.” She stated the incident came about earlier than she joined San Francisco in 2017.
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“They felt the 49ers, as a result of they knew the way it used to be to have a lady on personnel, that it might be a greater have compatibility for me — that their group used to be now not but in a position to have a lady on personnel,” Sowers stated.
She added: “[The executive] went on to mention that some of the coaches got here as much as him and stated, ‘The place are we going to place her table?’ He stated, ‘The place we put everybody else’s table?’ However that used to be any other indicator to him that this group is some distance from being in a position.”
Sowers, 33, stated she used to be to start with disappointed through the response however used to be in the long run satisfied it came about.
“Oftentimes we get stuck up in what is politically proper and listening to most of these phrases that make us really feel higher,” she stated. “… When incessantly it might be lies. I might reasonably pay attention the reality and lack of knowledge. That is the place we create exchange.”
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Sowers performed skilled soccer within the Girls’s Soccer Alliance and used to be a member of the U.S. ladies’s nationwide soccer workforce. The nationwide workforce gained the IFAF Girls’s Global Championship in 2013.
She began her occupation as a large receivers intern with the Atlanta Falcons in 2016 and used to be an intern scout till 2017, when she joined the 49ers.