Jojo McIntosh is the first player of Cambodian descent to sign with the NFL.

Jojo McIntosh is the first football player with Cambodian descent who played in the National Football League (NFL). He signed the contract in 2019. He represented the Washington Redskins. His mother immigrated to the US in 1982 when she was just 5 years old.

The National Football League ranks high on lists of the biggest sports leagues in the world, both in terms of revenue and viewership. Despite having more than 400 million fans worldwide, most of whom are from North America, American football is growing in popularity in Europe.

He was selected for the team’s defense as a safety because of his record as a hard hitter with a strong tackling record. He not only actively promotes greater ethnic diversity in athletics and is proud of his Khmer ancestry, but he also enjoys prahok and other spicy foods.

Source: Raintree Cambodia

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