More Houston Texans Cheerleaders video love! Check out their latest Freestyle Fridays video.
More Houston Texans Cheerleaders video love! Check out their latest Freestyle Fridays video.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hot as they win their third game in a row. Very impressive victory over the Seattle Seahawks at Ray Jay Stadium.
TBBC announced that line captain Chelsea will represent the Bucs at the Pro Bowl this year in Orlando. Congrats out to third year veteran Chelsea.
Chelsea earned her Bachelors degree in Marketing from the University of South Florida and currently works as a Wellness Coordinator in the Tampa Bay area.
Game album is HERE. Try the slide mode on Flickr to view.
TBBC site is HERE.
SI.com has uploaded a gallery of NFL cheerleaders from week 12. More interesting photos this week. Click here to view the gallery.
The Major Arena Soccer League season is underway and the Ontario Fury hosted the Turlock Express this past Friday at the Citizens Business Bank Arena. Fortunately for me, I was able to spend the day after Thanksgiving with the hottest dance team in the MASL, the Ladies of Ontario Fury for game day.
My game days with the Ladies of Ontario Fury are filled with photographic opportunities and I started my day or more properly my evening (it was a night game) off with some posed photographs. The girls greet incoming fans one hour prior to game time and they are available to mingle and take photographs with the fans. You can get up close and personal with the Ladies of Ontario Fury and I did just that, snapping a few photos with the girls in front of a large Christmas Tree.
NHL Hockey is being played in front of sold out crowds each game in Tampa. Come out to see great hockey and be greeted by the Lightning Girls before and during each game night. Also, be sure to pick up the 2017 calendar of the Lightning Girls. Enjoy some photos below and the Flickr album link:
Lightning Girls Album is HERE
Jacksonville TV station WJXT has posted a nice video of “Making of the 2017 ROAR Swimsuit Calendar”. The link is HERE.
Twelve current year cheerleaders were chosen to pose for the 2017 calendar which was shot in Jacksonville including the beaches and EverBank Stadium. The main sponsor of the calendar is Holeshot Powersports.
Here’s some game-action shots of the “Magnificent Twelve”. Enjoy.
Link to purchase calendar: HERE.
The Houston Texans Cheerleaders have done it again. Check out their latest Freestyle Fridays video.
SI.com has uploaded a gallery of NFL cheerleaders from week 11. More interesting photos this week. Click here to view the gallery.
Who said it never rains in Southern California? Well it certainly did last Sunday…and I am sure the visiting Miami Dolphins were well accustomed to that, but for me and 28 Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders, it was a surreal experience.
So, what are those spots you see in some of those photos above? To Southern Californians, they’re more precious than gold…it’s mana from heaven…rain drops. Now rain wasn’t exactly what I had in mind when I found out I was going to shoot the Dolphins game, but its what I got. And I must say it made for some interesting photographs and the Rams Cheerleaders seemed to take it all in stride and had a great time out there. I know I did.
It’s been almost two decades since I was last at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. I was a Raiders season ticket holder back then, so coming back to shoot this game brought back some fond memories…and the realization why the Rams need a new crib. It’s a venerable old stadium, but it’s outdated and the amenities are insufficient for a modern game. While waiting for the kickoff, several photographers huddled in a cramped area near the west end zone. We were dodging the rain. I remember that space being used by the Raiders band back in the 90’s, but it has since been converted to a media room for photographers and their editors to work. It has the advantage to being very close to the field and the WIFI was good, but…well you know.
Last week, the Miami Dolphins played the Chargers in San Diego and I think they remained in Southern California to play the Rams this Sunday. Another week, and another opportunity for both teams. In fact, it was a rather momentous game for the home town Rams as Jared Goff was starting for the first time in his NFL career. Goff was the number one overall pick in the NFL draft and Rams fans have been eagerly awaiting his debut. I mean you don’t select a player #1 overall, pay him all that money to let him ride the pine. No, you got to play him and see what he can do.
And for his first NFL start, Goff did okay, throwing for 134 yards and more importantly zero interceptions. The Rams led the visiting Dolphins for most of the game, taking a 10 point lead deep into the fourth quarter. I made the mistake of assuming the game was in the bag with about six minutes to go because up until that point, the Dolphins had only passed for about 70 yards and the Fins hadn’t really threatened to score. But in their final two possessions of the game, the visitors put together two sustained drives and scored 14 points to steal victory away from the Rams. And a steal it was because up until that time, the Dolphins only managed to cross mid-field twice…twice in 54 minutes of game play.
Well, I did manage to snap a few game photos and the last one below was from the pass play that won the game for the Dolphins.
Yeah, back in the day I used to shoot other things than cheerleaders…but cheerleaders are all that I shoot today. So on with the show!
The lovely Taylor was introduced as the ROAR cover model for the 2017 swimsuit calendar. Congratulations Taylor.
ROAR website is HERE
Ran into Darcy and Brittany in Tampa yesterday as they were out mingling with Buccaneer fans. Brittany is highlighted in the Buc Cheerleader Spotlight this week HERE
Our good friends with the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders have let us know that seven year veteran Jacqui was named their Pro Bowl Cheerleader. She was joined by former MVC Pro Bowl Cheerleaders at their Holiday Showcase at the Mall of America held this past Monday.
NFL teams that hosted games during week 10 of the regular season have uploaded photos of their cheerleading squads to their team sites. Click on the links below to go to the team page galleries.
Rookie Ally recently concluded her first military tour as a NFL Cheerleaders for the Miami Dolphins. During our coverage of the Fins v Jets “Salute to Service” game we had the pleasure to chat with Ally regarding her trip.
UC: Ally, please share with our readers the great parts of your recent military tour.
Ally: There were so many amazing parts of the tour. Starting off, speaking with all the officers and military troops on base was intriguing and eye opening. Aside from the troops, it was heartwarming to hear from the families that also make sacrifices for their husbands and wives who are in the military. You can read the compassion, sympathy and love all over their faces. Another incredible part of the tour was working with the kids of the troops. We had a football and cheer clinic for the sons and daughters; anyone was welcome. The children were so happy, sweet and excited to spend time with us, and the parents were more than appreciative.
UC: What is the reaction like from the soldiers? What unexpected feelings or emotions did the MDC contingent receive from the visit?
I was overwhelmed by the genuine enthusiasm of the military members. I went on the tour to show my gratitude for the men and women I would meet, but in turn I was touched by the gratefulness they had for me. I underestimated the mutual exchange of respect that would happen.
UC: Any personal family military stories you wish to share?
Although no members of my family are in the Armed Forces, this turned out to be an amazing learning experience for me. Interestingly, something that was not on my radar before the tour is the military family behind every service member. I have spent time thinking about the men and women who signed up to be in the military without truly appreciating the families behind the scenes and the sacrifices they are making as well.
UC: Is it true your bags are packed for a second tour?
Guantanamo Bay was my first military tour. I am more than looking forward to the military tour I was invited to go on in December. We will be traveling to Belgium, The Netherlands, The U.K., Germany, and Kosovo, for two weeks over Christmas. I am more than willing to give up my Christmas Day for the ones that give us freedom.
UC: Why do you feel it is important to take the time to visit troops abroad?
Military personnel are making life sacrifices for our personal freedoms without expecting anything in return. I think it is important as an organization to show our support for their efforts. Many of our fans are military members, veterans, or have military loved ones living all over the world. This is our opportunity to thank everyone dedicated to defending our country. Just after this brief visit, I can tell the service men and women have signed up to do a difficult and rigorous job, and our visit gave them something to look forward to, shows support from the Dolphins organization, and ultimately reminds them that America is thankful and proud of what they are doing. For me personally, going on a military tour is one small way I can give back to complete strangers I so appreciate.
UC: What does Salute to Service mean to you?
Salute to Service is about taking time out of our busy lives to sincerely appreciate what others do and have done to ensure our freedoms, also to grasp the willingness for sacrifice, with our lasting gratitude. It is a time for our country to join together, despite any differences, and recognize those who make the ultimate sacrifices.
UC: Thank you Ally, you are a very special young lady, good luck and stay safe.
Visit Ally and her MDC teammates HERE
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