We first met Ginger in the 2015 season as a member of the ROAR of the Jaguars. She represented the Jags for three seasons and went to Orlando in February of 2018 as their Pro Bowl representative.
We didn’t know but last season she joined the Redskins and at year end was chosen Rookie of the Year. This season we were lucky to spot those magnificent eyes behind a mask on the Washington sidelines. She can move around but she can’t hide from Ultimate Cheerleaders! Congrats out to fan favorite Ginger.
On a personal level Ginger is proud to be an Navy wife.
This Sunday, November 8, the Buccaneers and Jaguars will continue an annual tradition to honor our nation’s service members, who have sacrificed and served our country, when they host their individual home games.
The Buccaneers will host the Saints on Sunday Night and Jaguars will entertain the Texans in an afternoon game in Jacksonville.
Here’s some of my prior year(s) photos of the Cheers honoring our nation’s service members, veterans and their families. God Bless.
Crucial Catch is a partnership between the NFL and the American Cancer Society that started back in 2009 and focuses on efforts to catch all cancers early by advocating and raising awareness about the importance of regular cancer screenings.
The NFL quietly but dramatically has shifted the traditional breast cancer awareness focus to a broader cancer-awareness effort. This has resulted in the replacement of pink with a broader array of colors, as reflected in the league’s “Crucial Catch” logo.
The NFL’s Crucial Catch initiative emphasizes the importance of early detection and risk deduction of cancer and the ROAR of the Jaguars embraced this wonderful initiative at their last home game.
Below please find photos from this year (masked up) and from the 2019 season. Enjoy:
The young and beautiful ladies returning for another season of the Jacksonville Jaguars. The 2020 auditions for rookies were cancelled due the Covid 19 pandemic. Best wishes to stay safe for the entire ROAR family.
The Jaguars have announced that they will not be conducting auditions for the 2020 ROAR of the Jaguars due to health, safety and logistics concerns during the pandemic. They are pleased to welcome eligible cheerleaders from the 2019 team for the 2020 season. Auditions will resume in 2021.
Returning are Alexandria, Alyvia, Ashley, Belinda, Brittany, Dominick, Eden, Erin, Hailee, Kayla, Kaylee, Keiko, Kinsey, Lauren, Lisa, Marisa, Meredith, Nijah, Rachel, Sandy, Sara and Taylor M—-Congrats ladies!
Dominick, Kinsey and Meredith were line group captains last season.
The Jacksonville Jaguars ended their 25th anniversary season with an impressive victory over the Indianapolis Colts. The defeat ended the Colts possible postseason chances.
Here’s writer John Oehser’s comments of the day: “They fought for each other, for fun and for pride. With nothing official at stake and playoff hopes long since a memory, the Jaguars on Sunday afternoon finished a long weird season with their feistiest and best performance in recent weeks.”
“Quarterback Gardner Minshew II had one of his best games of a memorable rookie season, and defensive end Calais Campbell returned a fourth-quarter Colts fumble for a critical touchdown as the Jaguars rallied and pulled away for a victory in front of 58,482 at TIAA Bank Field.”
“Kicker Josh Lambo’s three first-half field goals gave him 33 for the season, setting a franchise record for field goals in a season. Lambo converted 33 of 33 field goals this year.”
At halftime, the Jaguars did a special ceremony at TIAA Bank Stadium. The U.S. Court and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) conducted the Naturalization Ceremony for 79 new United States Citizens from 35 different Countries.
Bitter sweet day for the ROAR. Great victory but also the final game for some members as they dance into NFL retirement. My photos captured a few tears on the field. Cheerleader Belinda was selected as cheerleader of the game. This is her third season as a member of The ROAR, and she is a paralegal.
The Jacksonville Jaguars hosted the Los Angeles Chargers and the game was a one sided affair in the favor of the visitors. So let’s spend our time focusing on the ROAR of the Jaguars, who were wearing some holiday themed uniforms for the game. Click here to view the Jaguars super large gallery of images from last week.
This past Sunday, a funny thing happened at the Jaguars game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Quarterback Nick Foles was benched after turning the ball over on three consecutive drives and his coach, Doug Marrone, replaced him with Gardner Minchew, setting up a most untenable situation going forward.
It was announced this week that Minchew would be the starting quarterback for the remainder of the season and most likely the quarterback of the future. Ironic, given the fact that the Jaguars signed Foles in the off-season to a rather large contract…which, given the recent events, makes you wonder…what is Foles future is in Jacksonville and why the Jaguars spent all that money on a QB, only to do this.
Food for thought. Anyways, I digress. We now turn our attention to something less puzzling…the latest images of the ROAR of the Jaguars. Click here to view the Jaguars gallery of images from last Sunday.