NFL Regular Season Week 4 – The Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders

Week 4 saw the Seattle Seahawks battle their division rival, the Arizona Cardinals, in a important game for the heart and soul of each team.  It is unlikely that anyone in the division will overtake the Los Angeles Rams; they are the class of the conference and will most likely be the only team from the NFC West to make it to the playoffs.  For the remaining teams, what’s at stake is their future development in becoming playoff relevant. 

The Seahawks were contenders as recently as two years ago, but the roster of talented players has turned over and have gutted the once formidable Super Bowl particpant.  As for the Arizona Cardinals, well they are in full rebuild mode with a new coaching staff and a new rookie starting quarterback, so for them this game is one small step to becoming the team they hope they can be…but that will be a long journey.

Once again, this game was a very close one…an exciting contest that came down to a last second field goal to decide it.  Unfortunately for the home town fans, the team that scored the winning kick was the Seattle Seahawks, but Cardinals fans should be encouraged because their first time starting rookie quarterback Josh Rosen acquitted himself well.

So on to the photographs of the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.  The Cardinals posted a nice gallery of images from game day.  Click here to view the gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 3 – The Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders

It’s rebuilding time in the Valley of the Sun.  Last week’s game against the Chicago Bears was a watershed moment for the Cardinals as QB Sam Bradford’s continued ineffectiveness led to his benching and the debut of talented rookie signal caller Josh Rosen.  With the game on the line, Rosen showed that he was not ready for prime time as the two series that he helmed went for naught and the Cardinals lost their third consecutive game to start the season. 

Here’s a telling statistic: the Cardinals have only had two red zone opportunities this entire season.  Well, this was supposed to be a season of change with new head coach, new offense, and a new starting quarterback. 

Be patient Cardinals fans, good things are on the horizon…until then, be content in knowing that you still have the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders to keep your spirits up.  For you fans that weren’t in attendance, click here to view the Cardinals game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 1 – The Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders

We continue our coverage of Week 1 of the NFL regular season with the Arizona Cardinals, who hosted the Washington Redskins.  On paper, this was an interesting match up with two teams that were starting new, high priced free agent QBs and a host of other new faces, so it was hard to predict how both teams would fare.

Well we seem to have our answer.  The Redskins seem to have made the right off season moves with the acquisition of QB Alex Smith and veteran RB Adrian Petersen.  Both players performed surprisingly well against the home team.  As for the Cardinals…well they are more of a work in progress.  Nothing seemed to click for the red birds on both offense and defense as they surrendered 24 points and scored only 6 points in garbage time. 

They say NFL teams make the most improvement between the first and second game, so there’s reason for optimism.  Another reason for optimism…the 2018 Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.  Click here to view the Cardinals’ game day gallery.

NFL Preseason Week 4 – The Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders

We continue our coverage of Week 4 of the NFL Preseason with the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.  Click here to view their game day gallery.

2018 P-R-O Convention All Star: Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Ashley

I may have mentioned this before, but one of my favorite cheerleading squads to photograph is the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.  I love road tripping out to Phoenix to catch a Cardinals game.  And it’s a positive that they play in a modern stadium that has great sight lines and it just so happens that they drafted a talented QB, Josh Rosen, from my alma mater, UCLA.  So you can say, I like the Cards and the AZCC and I guess I’ll have to make the journey back to the Valley of the Sun next season for some Sunday fun.

Our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is a third year member of the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders and is originally from Friendswood, Texas…introducing Ashley.











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2018 P-R-O Convention Memories – The Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders

The Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders brought one of the largest teams to the 2018 P-R-O Convention and this year, there were a lot of new faces. So when there was a lull in the dance instruction, the AZCC gathered on the stage to take a group photo and I took advantage to showcase the entire squad that came to Atlanta.


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2018 P-R-O Convention All Star: Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Darby

I was quite impressed with the new squad of Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders. It was a nice mix of talented veterans and a new crop of promising rookies. And I was please see one of my favorite Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders here again because she is so enjoyable to photograph. So without further ado, introducing third year veteran Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Darby, our latest 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.

















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2018 P-R-O Convention All Star: Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Mykell

Our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is from Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.  She is a four year member of the University of Utah Dance Team and a first yer member of the AZCC.  She was also one of the freshest faces at the convention, introducing Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Mykell, our latest 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.













There were over 250 beautiful professional cheerleaders at the convention and we have a few more girls to feature.  Check back tomorrow to see who is our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star and for more cheerleader articles and photos, please visit my personal blog:

2018 P-R-O Convention All Star: Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Coley

Our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is from San Diego and a two year member of the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.   When I first saw her a couple years ago at the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders auditions, she reminded me of a young, blonde Demi Moore.  She is another one of those cheerleaders who is beautiful, talented and photogenic…aren’t they all!  Introducing Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Coley…our newest 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
















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Jacqueline of the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.

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Kristina Phippen of the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders.

Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders Audition Photos

The Arizona Cardinals held their preliminary auditions for their 2018-2019 cheerleading squad this past weekend and they have posted a couple of galleries from the festivities. Click here and here to view the galleries.

Random NFL Cheerleader Pic of the Day


Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders Auditions

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2018 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – NFC Cheerleader Profiles 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’s article.

Tomorrow we will publish the AFC Pro Bowl representatives.