2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – Photos From Game Day

After a few days of good weather, Pro Bowl week culminated in a rainy Pro Bowl game.  Check out all the photos from the penultimate day.

Florida’s Pro Bowl Cheerleaders

Congratulations out to the young ladies from the Florida NFL teams who are performing in Orlando.

Allison from the Dolphins:

Allison with teammate Kristan

Chloe from the Buccaneers:

Ginger from the ROAR of the Jaguars:



2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – HTC Cheer Chat! Special Edition Orlando Ep. 6

The Houston Texans Cheerleaders have posted the latest episode of HTC Cheer Chat! with Luaren C. from the Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida.  Check it below.

Pro Bowl Cheerleader Symone Is World Class

From David George, PhiladelphiaEagles.com.

At 22 years old, Eagles Cheerleader Symone is off to a fantastic start in Philadelphia. In just her second year on the squad, she was chosen by her fellow teammates to represent the Eagles Cheerleaders at this year’s Pro Bowl on Sunday at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. A senior at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Symone expressed how honored she is to be selected.

“It meant the world to me to know that my fellow peers, 35 amazing women, felt that I was deserving of this tremendous honor,” Symone says. “I’m humbled to be selected and very appreciative of the opportunity. After every Eagles win at Lincoln Financial Field, I gather my teammates and lead a ‘victory dance’ in the locker room. I’m looking forward to bringing that same camaraderie and enthusiasm as the Eagles Cheerleaders representative at the Pro Bowl.”

Symone will be participating in Pro Bowl Week festivities leading up to the game, including many fan engagement events such as the Pro Bowl Skills Challenge and NFL Pro Bowl Experience at ESPN Wide World of Sports. Symone is especially looking forward to the community outreach she will be involved in, including youth initiatives and hospital visits in the area.

Symone is very active in charitable causes both locally and abroad since joining the Eagles. Back in June 2017, Symone along with her teammates volunteered at the Foundation for a Better World, an orphanage for boys, in Higüey, Dominican Republic. After being informed that the children were in need of many basic necessities and regularly only have canned food, Symone and her teammates were intent on making the visit extra special. The squad stopped at a local grocery store on the way and purchased an abundance of fresh food to surprise the boys and donated all of the essentials they needed such as socks, towels, toiletries, bedding, and shower curtains.

“When we arrived, the boys greeted us with exuberant smiles, and I’ll never forget the look on their faces when they saw the bags of groceries and items. Interacting with the children was the best part though. I even played basketball with some of the boys.” Symone recalls. “There was a language barrier, but we were still able to connect, laugh, and have so much fun together.”

She is also passionate about mentoring children during the Eagles Junior Cheerleading Clinics and camps. The events are designed to foster self-confidence in a non-competitive environment. Symone appreciates the overall impact the camps have on the young participants.

“I think it’s important to communicate positivity and try to integrate self-esteem messaging whenever you work with young children. A child’s future can be limitless when he or she believes in themselves,” Symone says.

Originally born in Japan at Yokota Air Force Base, Symone is proud of her Asian and African-American heritage. Her late father, James, served in the military for 36 years as a Chief Master Sergeant in the Air Force. Her mother, Kaoru, is a first-generation member of her family to leave Japan. Symone and her family also lived in Hawaii and Germany before settling down in Yorktown, Virginia. She is fluent in Japanese and still visits Japan occasionally to see her family.

Symone adds that “performing at the Eagles Salute to Service game is very special to me, because of my father’s military service. I cherish every chance I have to personally thank United States service members for their sacrifices and bravery.”

A fine arts and dance major, Symone intends on pursuing a career in commercial dance once she graduates. Symone mentioned that being an Eagles Cheerleader has provided her with invaluable experience including performing for over 70,000 fans at Eagles home games, being onstage during the televised 2017 NFL Draft, and featured on Monday Night Football.

To prepare for Pro Bowl week, Symone reached out to some of the other NFL Pro Bowl cheerleaders and learned that she will be the youngest on the Pro Bowl squad.

“I’m embracing being the youngest on the squad and even though I’ve only been an Eagles Cheerleader for two seasons, I feel that I have a lot of great experiences to share and talent to contribute,” Symone says. “I also heard that we by far have the most fans attend the Pro Bowl, so I’m really excited about being in Orlando with tons of passionate Eagles fans – the best fans in the NFL!”

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – Photos From Day 5

Another busy day for the 2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders with more practices and an appearance at the Pro Bowl Pep Rally.

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – HTC Cheer Chat! Special Edition Orlando Ep. 4 & 5

Here’s the latest from Houston Texans Cheerleader Lauren C. as she continues on her Pro Bowl journey.

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – Photos From Day 4

More cheerleader photos from Day 4 from the 2018 Pro Bowl.  More images from the Pro Bowl Experience, the Flag Football Championships at Pro Bowl, and a visit to the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – HTC Cheer Chat! Special Edition Orlando Ep. 3

Here’s the latest Cheer Chat video from Lauren C. of the Houston Texans Cheerleaders. 

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – Photos From Day 3

Day 3 at the Pro Bowl included rehearsals and appearances.  Let’s take a look at some photos from the Pro Bowl Cheerleaders social media sites.

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – HTC Cheer Chat! Special Edition Orlando

The Houston Texans Cheerleaders, the Queens of Social Media, have posted a couple of videos from the Pro Bowl.  Let’s take a virtual trip to Florida with HTC Lauren C. as she shares her 2018 Pro Bowl journey.

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – Pro Bowl Skills Showdown

Here are some photos from yesterday’s Pro Bowl Skills Showdown, which will be televised today on ESPN.


2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – Team Photo Day

Here are the first batch of photos from Day 1, which was team photo day.



Pro Bowl Week Is Here!

Pro Bowl Week is here and we will scour the internet and social media to bring you all the news from Orlando.  I’ve been to three Pro Bowls and if you are a fan of all things football, this week is for you with all the activities that go on.  So check back regularly to see what your favorite Pro Bowl Cheerleaders are up to.

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – AFC Cheerleader Profiles

NFL.com has posted a gallery of photos of the 2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders with some biographical information.  Today, let’s turn our attention to the AFC Pro Bowl Cheerleaders.

Allison – Miami Dolphins

Allison is obsessed with Disney and has made Orlando her home away from home. She danced competitively with the FAU dance team in college for three years and went on to audition for the Miami Dolphins in her senior year of college. This is her fourth season cheering in the NFL and her second year as a Team Captain. She has traveled on four military tours to visit our troops overseas to over 11 different countries! She also assisted with International Auditions last year in Brazil. Allison currently works in Guest Experience in the Miami Dolphins corporate offices.

Amanda – Baltimore Ravens

Amanda has been cheering with the Baltimore Ravens for five years. She has been a captain on the dance team for two years and has traveled on multiple military tours with the Ravens to visit troops overseas. Amanda currently works in education and school counseling. She is a former Miss Maryland United States 2014 and is an advocate for empowering youth through service and education.

Angela – Denver Broncos

Angela is a Colorado native. She trained at Shelley True Dance Academy for 13 years and continued her dance career with the Golden Poms at Colorado State University, where she graduated with a BA in Dance. Angela is a fifth-year Denver Broncos cheerleader and second-year captain. She was awarded Rookie of the Year, represented her team during a military tour to Alaska and Australia, and participated in two Super Bowls and the Chinese New Year’s Celebration in Hong Kong. Angela is honored to have experienced such incredible opportunities. She is also a licensed sales executive for Heritage Title.

Angel – Oakland Raiders

While Angel was involved in numerous activities growing up, everything from child beauty pageants to basketball, performing with poms has always been her truest passion. She is in her seventh season as a Raiderette and throughout the years she has been afforded many opportunities such as traveling internationally and being featured on the side of a team sponsored airplane. Angel’s hobbies include traveling, hiking, cooking, playing video games and rollerblading. Angel can’t wait to represent the Raiderettes at the Pro Bowl!

Ashley – Kansas City Chiefs

Ashley is a four-year member and captain of the Chiefs cheerleaders. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and currently works for a global healthcare IT company where she manages events and fundraising for their non-profit organization. Her love for dance is what brought her to the Chiefs cheerleaders but it was her opportunity to connect with the community and military that has been her favorite part of this role. She is honored to be representing the Chiefs organization, her teammates and all of Chiefs Kingdom at the 2018 Pro Bowl.

Ginger – Jacksonville Jaguars

Ginger was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. At the age of four, she started dancing, cheering and doing gymnastics. Ginger danced for four years with the NBA as a Honeybee for the New Orleans Hornets before moving to Jacksonville. This is her third year with The ROAR of the Jaguars. She has earned the Outstanding Rookie Showmanship award in her first year and was also awarded the Coach’s Choice award last year. Ginger is excited and honored to represent her team at the 2018 Pro Bowl!

Jessica – Indianapolis Colts

Jessica has been an Indianapolis Colts Cheerleader for the past two seasons. She is a captain for the 2017 squad and honored to add “Pro Bowl Cheerleader” to her list of accomplishments. Her time as a cheerleader has been a decade full of memories and opportunities. Pursuing her passion for dance has awarded her with experiences that have molded her into the person she is today while continuing to motivate her growth in other areas of life. Jessica has been fortunate to represent her home state in China, Philippines, Hong Kong and Taiwan and to have performed with various musical recording artists.

Jocelyn – Tennessee Titans

Jocelyn attended Detroit High School for the Arts. She went to Alabama A&M and Tennessee State University. Jocelyn is currently the Mental/Disabilities Coordinator for Head Star.

Kimberly – New York Jets

Kimberly is a fifth-year veteran and a second-year group leader for the Jets Flight Crew. A New York City native, she has had extensive dance and cheerleading training for over twenty years. Kimberly was voted Veteran of the Year and has served as a member of the squad’s prestigious Show Team for four seasons. Kimberly has been highlighted on countless television and media outlets in the New York City area including CBS Weekend Morning Show, PIX11 Morning News, Fox and Friends Weekend, The Daily Mail, and Bravura Magazine. Kimberly is a life-long Jets fan.

Kristen – Cincinnati Bengals

Kristen is a seven-year veteran from the Cincinnati Bengals. In 2015 she became the Jr. Ben-Gal Cheerleading Coach as well. Aside from cheering she is a dance studio owner and a high-school cheerleading coach. It is safe to say she follows her passion! The same day she was announced as the Pro Bowl cheerleader she got engaged in the locker room, surrounded by her teammates, family, and friends!

Lauryn – Los Angeles Chargers

Lauryn is a California native, raised in the city of Orange. She is thrilled to be a second-year member and line captain of the esteemed Charger Girls and enjoys interacting with Los Angeles Chargers fans across Southern California. Lauryn was extensively trained in singing, acting and dance, and shares those passions with her students as a dance instructor. She recently obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biological Science from California State University, Fullerton. Lauryn is honored to represent the Los Angeles Charger Girls at the 2018 Pro Bowl and looks forward to sharing the field with her fellow cheerleaders.

Victoria – New England Patriots

Victoria is a fourth-year veteran and third-year captain for the New England Patriots Cheerleaders. She had the honor and privilege of cheering in two winning Super Bowls, XLIX in Arizona and LI in Houston. She danced throughout her life and was inspired by a college coach and former Pro Bowl Cheerleader to pursue taking the field professionally. She is grateful for her time with the Patriots and for doing charitable appearances, calendar trips, dance conventions, and every unique opportunity that has come from cheering for the Patriots.

As of 01/15/18, there was no profile for Houston Texans Pro Bowl Cheerleader Lauren.

2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – NFC Cheerleader Profiles

NFL.com has posted a gallery of photos of the 2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders with some biographical information.  Let’s take a look at the NFC Pro Bowl Cheerleaders.

Chandalae – Carolina Panthers

Chandalae is excited to be in her fourth season as a TopCat while finishing up her degree in English with a concentration in creative writing and fiction at North Carolina State University. She’s the assistant director at a dance studio in Winston-Salem with her mother. She enjoys reading, writing, thunderstorms, her puppies, arcade games, and special effects makeup. She’s excited to graduate from NSCU and find a place for herself in the professional sphere. Fun fact: Chandalae has dual Canadian citizenship! Chandalae’s favorite charity is WindDancer Foal Rescue, dedicated to adopting and rehabilitating foals to place them in good homes.

Chloe – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Chloe is a fifth-generation Floridian who always dreamed of being able to mix her passion for performance and football. After cheering from the stands since the age of six, she has had the honor of cheering on the sidelines as a Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleader for the past four seasons. She obtained her B.S. in Information Technology from Florida State University and is currently employed at i9 Sports as a Marketing Manager. She is grateful for her teammates, coach, fans, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization and God for the opportunities, support and lessons they have taught her.

Hailey – Seattle Seahawks

This is Hailey’s second year with the Sea Gals, and outside of cheering for the Seahawks, she is a Business Development Associate at a private market data company in downtown Seattle. In 2016, she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication from the University of Washington, where she spent her junior and senior years on the Cheer and Dance Team. Hailey is also part of the Sea Gals Show Group, which toured with Armed Forces Entertainment in March, performing for troops in Kosovo, the Netherlands, and Germany.

KaShara – Dallas Cowboys

KaShara is 26 years old and from Irvine, Kentucky. She has been with the Dallas Cowboys for three seasons and is currently a group leader on the team. She also works as a barre fitness instructor in Southlake, TX. KaShara received her Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education at Eastern Kentucky University in 2013 and plans on furthering a career in Physical Therapy.

Leslie – Atlanta Falcons

Leslie is a fifth-year member of the Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders and a second-year captain. She graduated with highest honors from Georgia Tech and works as a senior supply chain analyst. It was in college that she was inspired to become an NFL cheerleader by her dance team coach, Brandy, the Falcons’ 2012 Pro Bowl Cheerleader. Her time with the Falcons has taken her from London to the Super Bowl and now to the Pro Bowl, and she greatly enjoys the opportunity to give back, particularly through the NFL’s Salute to Service initiative to honor veterans and active military.

Marshe’ – New Orleans Saints

Marshe’ was born in the New Orleans area. She’s a graduate of the University of New Orleans with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Marshe’ currently works at iHeartmedia as an Account Executive. She is also a mentor and instrumental in raising money for back to school programs. Marshe’ enjoys traveling with her husband. She represented the New Orleans Saints in Canada for NFL PLAY 60 and was featured as Cheerleader of the Week for Sports Illustrated. This is her fourth season as a Saintsation and she is honored to represent the New Orleans Saints at Pro Bowl.

Nikki – Arizona Cardinals

Nikki is a fourth-year veteran and a second-year team captain and was a member of our former Show Team. She has traveled internationally with the team to Mexico and the UK. Nikki is a talented choreographer whose routines are often showcased on game day. One of her favorite parts of being an NFL Cheerleader is giving back to the community.

Nina – San Francisco 49ers

Nina is in her fifth season as a 49ers Gold Rush cheerleader and in her third year as a captain. She owns her own dance company, is a traveling choreographer, and is graduating in the spring from San Jose State with her degree in communications. When she isn’t performing on the sidelines, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking, and being a Disneyland fanatic. Her favorite part about being a member of the Gold Rush is creating memories and performing with her Gold Rush sisters. She can’t wait to represent her team at the 2018 Pro Bowl!

Saral – Minnesota Vikings

Saral is a seven-year team veteran and four-year team captain. She has represented the Vikings cheerleaders abroad for several military tours and international appearances, such as Japan, Guam, Kwaj, Hawaii, London, and Canada. Saral has been voted and awarded Team Pride, Glamor, Perfect Attendance, Fight Row Charge, and Rookie of the Year throughout her career with the team.

Sativa-Skye – Los Angeles Rams

This is Sativa-Skye’s second year as a Los Angeles Rams Cheerleader. She is currently in her final year of college at Cal Poly Pomona pursuing a Bachelors degree in Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations. Sativa-Skye has had the opportunity to represent the Rams in London, Hong Kong, and Mexico as well as on NBC’s 2016 Sunday Night Football commercial. She is incredibly honored to serve as an ambassador for her team at the 2018 Pro Bowl.

Stacey – Detroit Lions

Stacey is a second-year captain for the Detroit Lions cheerleaders. She was selected as a captain during the team’s inaugural season, and has enjoyed contributing to the program’s development. With a passion for performing arts, she received her BFA in dance with a business double major from Marygrove College in 2017, and aspires to open her own dance studio. Stacey enjoys instructing dance to children of all ages and was excited to assist with the first ever Junior DLC Program. She is honored to be a Detroit Lions cheerleader representing the Lions organization at the Pro Bowl!

Symone – Philadelphia Eagles

An accomplished performer, Symone plans to pursue a professional dance career after graduating from the University of the Arts in May 2018. Symone was honored to participate in the onstage televised announcement of an Eagles draft pick during the 2017 NFL Draft. She is involved in humanitarian outreach within the U.S. and internationally. Recently, she spent time helping orphaned children in Higuey, Dominican Republic. Born in Japan at Yokota Air Force Base, Symone is very proud of her African-American and Asian heritage and her family’s service in the United States military.

As of 01/15/18, there was no listing/bio for a Washington Redskins Cheerleader Pro Bowl Kellie in NFL.com’s article.

Tomorrow we will publish the AFC Pro Bowl representatives.