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Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Get To Celebrate Victory Monday

The Miami Dolphins hit the win column for first time this season with a hard fought victory over the New York Jets. The below photo captures Paige and her teammates gearing up for Victory Monday. Check back with us later in the week for our game day coverage of the cheerleaders.

Natalie, Shayla, Molly, Paige, Briana and Veronica

Miami Dolphins Visit To Alex’s Place

MIAMI – Miami Dolphins players Doug Middleton and Christian Wilkins, cheerleaders  Paige, Emily and T.D. visited alex’s place at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center to distribute gifts and brighten the spirits of young cancer fighters and their families on Tuesday, Oct. 8. 

“You come here always trying to brighten someone’s day and bring good energy to them. But you always leave with them cheering you up and them bringing you that energy because just knowing what they are going through and how they can still have such a big smile on their face is pretty awesome to see,” Wilkins said. “What they are going through gives me extra motivation. It puts it all into perspective. What I am doing is nothing compared to what they are going through as far as me going out there on the field every day because they are literally fighting for their lives. I’m playing for them.”

“It reminds me of when I was visiting my father at Sylvester when he was being treated for cancer. To see the people that came in to bring a smile to his face just lit me up and to be that part of it in somebody else’s journey — there is nowhere else I would rather be,” Dolphins Cheerleader Paige said.

The children and their families had a chance to interact with the team, get autographs and take photos. The children also received gift bags from AutoNation, a supporter of the DCC, in celebration of the automotive retailer’s DRV PNK Initiative.

“I think it’s a really good thing that they are doing that so the patients can feel better not just when they need transfusions but also feel happy when they come here. It makes it make you want to come here,” alex’s place patient Sophia Treadwell said.

“A visit like this gives their lives a little normalcy. It’s a very welcome distraction to the real reason they’re in clinic today, needle pokes and strong medication, but it also brings joy and smiles getting to meet up close and personal star athletes, professional cheerleaders and the team mascot, something they might otherwise never be able to do. It’s their moment to be special,” alex’s place Child Life Specialist Leslie Hutchins, MS, said.

This visit is in advance to the Dolphins’ Crucial Catch game on Oct. 13 against the Washington Redskins presented by Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of UHealth, the University of Miami Health System. At this game, the team will celebrate and honor on-field cancer fighters and survivors from Sylvester and researchers who have received funds from the annual Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC) with a halftime presentation.

The Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC) was founded in 2010 by the Miami Dolphins organization as the signature initiative of the Foundation’s health impact area. The DCC’s purpose is to improve people’s lives through financial support for innovative cancer research at Sylvester, South Florida’s only NCI-designated Cancer Center. With this recent recognition from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), Sylvester is now among the top cancer centers in the United States and joins a highly select group as one of only two NCI-designated cancer centers in the state of Florida, and one of just 71 across the nation. Since its inception, the DCC has raised more than $32.5 million, donating 100 percent of participant-raised funds to Sylvester.

These initiatives align with the Miami Dolphins Foundation’s commitment towards leveling the playing field through the power of teamwork to inspire a healthier, more educated and united South Florida Community.

Doug Middleton

Christian Wilkins and Cheerleader Paige

Cheerleaders Paige and Emily


Alex’s Place

Doug Middleton

Doug Middleton and Christian Wilkins


Photos credit Miami Dolphins.

Ravens At Dolphins, Week Number 1 for NFL

We enjoyed our weekend visit with the 2019 Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders. The game itself, not so much! Really, what can you say when your team loses 59 to 10 on opening day. My conclusion is that the Ravens are not that good and the Dolphins are not that bad as the score may indicate.

The Dolphins are in full rebuilding mode and we need to give them space. The organization is tired of average 8 and 8 seasons, and a different longer term strategy game plan is in process. Good luck to everyone involved, especially the fans. Hang tough.

Miami Dolphins Cheer is among the most highly regarded and recognized cheerleader brands in the world. The diverse team of women are athletic, confident and trendy yet timeless. They are talented dance performers and community advocates. Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders are committed to inspiring and entertaining all fans with an emphasis on empowering young women.

Enjoy our photos of the ladies in their new uniforms. Beautiful outfits.


Emily S.

Jennifer, Line Captain


Jenny and Yelina

Katie, Line Captain with T.D.

Kayla C.




Sierra and Estefania




Emily M.

Jamie, Line Captain

Kayla B.

Paige, Line Captain

Our game album is HERE

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders For 2019

The Dolphins have posted their roster of the 2019 Cheerleaders squad. Please check back with us later this week for our recent game day coverage.

Dolphins website is HERE

The start of our album is HERE

Click to enlarge photos.

Paige, Line Captain for second year

Ashley, Sofia, Kayla B., Emily M., Jamie (Line Captain), Kelly and Yelina

Gigi, Estefania, Jennifer (Line Captain), Kally, Kristen and Jozie

Shayla, Natalie, Paige, Veronica and Jenny

Davia, Kayla C., Katie (Line Captain), Elena, Jared and Emily S.

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders—Group Line Captains For 2019

We are still waiting for the Miami Dolphins to introduce the 2019 squad but we wanted to share the returning cheerleaders who will be Group Line Captains this year. Congrats out to Paige, Jennifer, Jamie and Katie.

Paige, 5th season

Jamie, 3rd season

Katie, 3rd season




Jennifer, 4th season



Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Photo Shoot On MSC Cruises

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Aug. 1, 2019) Press Release–The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders, one of the most beloved cheer organizations in the National Football League, have officially wrapped up their 2019 annual photo shoot sailing aboard MSC Cruises’ innovative smart ships, MSC Seaside in the Caribbean and MSC Meraviglia in Northern Europe. More than 13 of the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders participated in this year’s photo shoot, themed “Dance Unites the World,” set to be released in Fall 2019.

This marks the second year that MSC Seaside, MSC Cruises sun-seeking ship sailing year-round from Miami to the Caribbean, hosted the cheerleaders for their annual photo shoot. The ship’s iconic “beach condo” architecture and wealth of outdoor space are what the ship has become known for, ideal for vacationers looking to spend their getaways under the sun. A handful of the cheerleaders took their cruise overseas, traveling to Northern Europe on board the stunning MSC Meraviglia, the ship for all seasons, getting a preview of the ship before she arrives to North America for the first time this October.

On both sailings, the cheer squad enjoyed an enriching on board experience, inspired by MSC Cruises’ European heritage, as well as being immersed in the local culture of the ships’ iconic ports of call. On board, the ladies dined on gourmet, international cuisine including Spanish bites at Hola! Tapas on board MSC Meraviglia, created by two Michelin-starred chef Ramón Freixa; and, a fusion of pan-Asian cuisine on board MSC Seaside’s Asian Market Kitchen, from its pioneer, celebrity chef Roy Yamaguchi.

While in port, the Cheerleaders experienced the Caribbean destinations of Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Cayman Islands; and Nassau, Bahamas. And, in Northern Europe, the cheerleaders visited Kiel, Germany; Copenhagen, Denmark; and cities in Norway, including Helleysylt, Molde Fjord, and Flaam. With this year’s photo shoot theme, “Dance Unites the World,” the images focused on movement and dance, with the backdrop of scenic locations within each city. In addition to the photos, the cheerleaders placed a priority on reaching out to the locals, hosting cross-cultural dance classes and partaking in a traditional lunch reflective of the local culture.

A few highlights of the cheerleaders’ in-port experiences include:

  • Ocho Rios, Jamaica: The cheerleaders hosted a cross-cultural dance class with Too Kool Dance Crew . Then, the team headed to Dunn’s River Falls to capture photos of the cheerleaders at the iconic locale. The ladies finished the day with a meal of traditional Jamaican jerk.
  • Cozumel, Mexico: The team began the day at a local school, Escuela Secundaria General “Carlos Monsivais,” for a dance lesson with the students. Then completed their photo shoot at the Mayan Ruins before enjoying a seafood lunch at a Cozumel staple with beautiful ocean views.
  • George Town, Cayman Islands: The Miami Dolphins cheerleaders hosted a dance clinic with Dreamchasers, a local dance troupe, at the Harquail Theatre. The team took photos at the Cayman Turtle Centre, a local conservation center and enjoyed lunch.
  • Copenhagen, Denmark: The squad hosted a clinic with Global Kidz and visited the iconic sites of Rosenborg Castle and Nyhayn Harbor.
  • Kiel, Germany: The cheerleaders enjoyed a dance clinic with Ballet-in-Kiel and Kiel Baltic Hurricanes Cheerleaders as well as captured images throughout the week of the signature locale.


Emily and Kally



Juliana grounded





Miami Dolphins website is HERE

Miami Cheerleaders Supporting The Dolphins Cancer Challenge

Miami, FL – The South Florida community again rallied around the Dolphins Cancer Challenge for the ninth annual event that raises money for critical cancer research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami.

More than 5,000 cancer fighters biked, ran, walked and volunteered in the event. The ethos of the day was celebrated by the 200 cancer survivors who participated – reinforcing the motivation of the Dolphins Cancer Challenge to tackle cancer. The Survivor Program presented by the Harcourt M. and Virginia W. Sylvester Foundation will continue to share the stories of #CancerFighters, those on the front line who galvanize efforts at the DCC.

Visit HERE:

The Dolphins Cheerleaders at the DCC (photo credit Miami Dolphins) click to enlarge

Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Audition Photos

We continue our coverage of NFL cheerleader auditions with a look at the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders, the First Ladies of Football.  They have posted a gallery of images from their preliminary auditions and if you want to see the gallery, please click here.

Flashback — Years Past

Paige, Dolphins


Flashback — Years Past

Lily and Lauren, Dolphins (click to enlarge)


Flashback — Years Past

Estefania and Raquel, Dolphins


Flashback — Years Past

Macy, Miami Dolphins

Flashback album is HERE

Flashback — Years Past

Monica, Miami Dolphins Cheerleader

Flashback album is HERE

Flashback — Years Past

Lauren, Miami Dolphins Cheerleader

Flashback — Years Past

Rachel of the Dolphins