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NFL Regular Season Week 15 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

We continue our coverage of Week 15 of the NFL regular season with another look at the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders, who braved the inclement weather to cheer on their team.  Click here to view Ravens game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 12 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

The Baltimore Ravens got their second win in a row with Lamar Jackson at the helm.  This week, it was the Oakland Raiders who were the victims.  A balanced attack by the Ravens and a strong defensive effort kept the Raiders in check.  Final score: Ravens – 34, Raiders – 17.

With the win, the Ravens stay within one game of the division leading Pittsburgh Steelers with five games to go in the season.

Time to take a look at this week’s game day images of the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view their game day gallery of images.

NFL Regular Season Week 11 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

It’s a new era in Baltimore, who started rookie Lamar Jackson, the exciting quarterback from Louisville, in place of the injured Joe Flacco.  Many have speculated that Jackson is the future of the franchise and starting him now in order to further his development is the right thing to do.  Either way, this past Sunday was a chance to see the talented rookie in meaningful action for the first time.

Behind the signal calling of Jackson, the Ravens eked out a victory over division opponent Cincinnati, 24 – 21.  It was an unconventional performance, but effective as Jackson rushed 26 times for 119 yards and passed 19 times for 150 yards…just enough to keep the Bengals at bay.  Hey, a win is a win and this win propelled the Ravens into a tie for second place in the AFC North.

With the game recap behind us, we turn our attention to this week’s Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders images.  Click here to view the Ravens game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 9 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

At the midway point in the season, every game is important if you want to make the playoffs and especially so if you are playing a division rival.  So the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens had a special importance because the division lead was at stake.

The Steelers have a potent offense with play makers at all the skill positions and the Ravens counter with the top ranked defense in the NFL and that’s a good thing considering the Ravens offense has been rather stagnant the past two weeks.  An interesting match up indeed.

So what happened?  The Steelers rolled up 395 yards, converted 10 of 16 third-down plays and held the ball for 36 1/2 minutes.  They scored 23 points against the Ravens, whose offensive woes continued.  Led by Joe Flacco, the Ravens were limited to one touchdown and three field goals against the Steelers and that wasn’t enough to defeat their rivals.  The final score, Steelers – 23, Ravens – 16.

On to better things…the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view this week’s images.

NFL Regular Season Week 7 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

It was a historic day in Baltimore where two milestones were made…one good and one not so good.  Drew Brees of the visiting New Orleans Saints threw his 500th touchdown passes, joining an elite club that includes Brett Favre, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.  The other milestone was made by Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, arguably the most accurate field goal kicker in the NFL, who missed is first extra point conversion of his career.  He was 222 for 222 on extra points since entering the league in 2002.  Now he’s 222 for 223 and unfortunately for the Ravens, that first missed extra point cost them the game.  Final score, Saints – 24, Ravens – 23.

Let’s change the subject and focus on the positive…the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders!  Click here to view the Ravens game day gallery.


NFL Regular Season Week 3 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

We begin our Week 3 coverage of the NFL regular season with a look at the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders in another wet and wild Sunday of football action.  The Denver Broncos were in town to face the Ravens in a battle of likely playoff contenders. Fortunately for the hometown fans, the Raven prevailed 27 – 14.  If you want to see a gallery of images from game day, click here.

NFL Regular Season Week 1 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

Rain had a major impact on several NFL games in week 1 and in Baltimore it significantly affected game play…for the Buffalo Bills.  Or may be it was the Ravens themselves that led to the lopsided loss for the Bills. 

Joe Flacco must have seen what happened to the Alex Smith last year when the Chiefs drafted QB Patrick Mahomes.  With his future in K.C. in doubt, Smith went on the throw the ball like he had never done before…namely more deep balls and less dump offs…but that was still not enough to prevent his eventual departure from the Chiefs.  In an eerily similar situation, the Ravens used a high draft pick to select their possible QB of the future, Lamar Jackson and in the first game of the 2018 NFL season Joe Flacco threw the ball like a man about to lose his job.  Uncharacteristically efficient,  he passed for 236 yards and three TDs.  Was it enough to convince his naysayers that he is the present and the future for the Ravens…we shall see.

But in the meantime, let’s take a look at the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders who braved the inclement weather to cheer on the Ravens to victory.  Click here to view the Ravens game day gallery.

NFL Preseason Week 4 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

To paraphrase Edgar Allan Poe, Quoth the Raven “NFL Preseason Nevermore.”  And with the Baltimore Ravens game against the Washington Redskins concluded, the NFL Preseason came to a glorious end for these two teams.  So let’s take a look at the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view a gallery of game day images.

NFL Preseason Week 1 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

Week 1 of the NFL Preseason saw the Baltimore Ravens absolutely destroy the Los Angeles Rams in a game that was essentially meaningless.  What was not meaningless was the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view to see a gallery of images from the game.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Audition Photos

The Baltimore Ravens hosted their 2018 Preliminary Auditions on March 3rd and they have posted some images from their proceedings.  Click here to view the gallery.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Auditions



  • Auditions are on Saturday, March 3, 2018 @ 9:30 AM at the Merritt Club Downtown
    (210 E. Centre Street, Baltimore, MD)
        • Registration will be held between 9:30 – 10:20 AM
        • Materials will be taught from 10:20 – 11:30 AM
        • Tryouts will begin at 12:45 PM
  • Callbacks will be held on Sunday, March 4, 2018 at 11:00 AM at the Merritt Downtown Athletic Club.
  • Must park in the garage and parking will NOT be validated.
    Auditions and callbacks are closed to the public; no spectators allowed.


  • You must be 18 years or older by April 1, 2018 (Proof of age may be required).
  • You must be able to attend all home games & two practices per week from April-December (typically on Tuesdays & Thursdays).
  • Participants may not cheer for another professional or collegiate team concurrently.

Judging will be based on physical talent, dance ability, personality, appearance and poise.


  • Cheering in front of 70,000 fans at home games
  • Uniforms and apparel provided
  • Exposure through media, high profile events and community relations
  • Opportunities to generate compensation for public events and appearances

The below companies are preferred vendors of the Baltimore Ravens:

To register for auditions online, please click the Online Registration button below. If you would prefer to mail in an application, please click the Mail-In Registration button below. You will receive an email confirmation with more instructions.


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.

NFL.com – Best of 2017 NFL Cheerleaders: Week 17

NFL.com has posted a gallery of wintry cheerleader images from the final week of the regular season.  Click here to view the gallery.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Photos from Week 17

The Baltimore Ravens have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 17.  Click here to view the gallery.

NFL.com – Best of 2017 NFL Cheerleaders: Week 16

NFL.com has posted a gorgeous gallery of cheerleader images from Week 16.  Click here to view the gallery.