Jason King is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who currently co-captains the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles of the National Rugby League. A New South Wales City Origin representative front row forward, he has played his whole career to date with the Eagles.
In August 2007, Jason King was facing a charge of drink driving, allegedly with a blood alcohol level of 0.085
He played in the 2007 NRL grand final defeat to the Melbourne Storm.
He played in the 2008 NRL Grand Final victory over the Melbourne Storm. Despite playing on the bench for the grand final, he was later voted RLPA clubman of the year In the 2010 season, he was appointed co-captain of Manly.
Kings form improved during 2010 to the point where he was the 18th man for the New South Wales Origin team for Game 2 and made his state debut at prop in Game 3. His form continued for the season despite the patchy form of the Sea Eagles. Unfortunately for King injury ruled him out of the Australian Kangaroos train on squad.
On 15 May 2011, King was named in the New South Wales Origin team for game 1 of the 2011 series.
Injury forced King to watch his team play in the 2011 NRL grand final from the sideline.