The Los Angeles Lakers have posted a gallery of Laker Girls images from October. Click here to view the images.
The New York Jets posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 8. Props to Denise Garvey’s Jets Flight Crew for toughing it out in that torrential rain storm. Click here to view the gallery.
The New Orleans Saints posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 8. Click here to view the gallery.
The Houston Chronicle has posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 8. Click here to view the gallery.
Halloween is just around the corner and it is an annual tradition that many dance teams dress in scary or sexy costumes to honor the holiday. The Charlotte Hornets have posted a gallery of images of the Honey Bees in their Halloween costumes. Click here to view the images.
Since Wednesday, we have counted down the days to Halloween with each of the lines of the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders during their costumed second half last Sunday against the Falcons in Nissan Stadium (#BestHalloweenCostumesintheLeague). Today we feature Julia’s line, who had to withstand a bit of rain at the end of the game, but still looked perfect in their special attire. Let’s hope your Halloween is rain free today!
In fact, the costumes were so realistic, if they remained still, naturalists could observe the natural behaviors of raccoon mascot T-Rac tugging on the tail of Monica’s super cool fox costume.
Sure, the Village People can offer you a construction worker and cop, but many a “young man” preferred Heather’s line during the Tennessee Titans Halloween game last Sunday. Besides their own Officer Elizabeth and Kaitlin for construction, Heather’s line includes superheroes, movie stars, and royalty. Referee Heather upholds the ruling on the field that the #BestHalloweenCostumesintheLeague were right in Nashville.
We continue to countdown to Halloween with a line a day from the spectacular Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders. So we are down to two days to go; do you have your treats? Are the Jack-O-Lanterns carved? Have your costume for an elegant masked soiree? Well if you need costume ideas, check out line captain Anne’s group, from last Sunday when they took on the Falcons at Nissan Stadium.
Last Sunday was a favorite for a lot of Tennessee Titans fans, the Halloween game for the Titans Cheerleaders! So we will countdown to Halloween with an extra special ‘treat’; each of the four lines featured as we countdown to October 31st!
Today we will feature the TTC line that is captained by dance/entertainment legend Jessi!
Near the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders locker room last Sunday morning, a group of women in Halloween costumes were standing in the hallways. Certainly they looked like NFL Cheerleaders, but did not seem to be identifiable as the current roster. These still-ready-for-the-sidelines costumed ladies are Titans Cheerleader Alumni, and this season fill the role of Titans Cheerleader Alumni Ambassadors, greeting fans as they enter LP Field. And since it was the Halloween game, and they have not changed since their TTC days, they were back in costume last week.
One was Lindsay, a Titans Cheerleader for six seasons. For Halloween games, Lindsay was an FBI agent during some of her TTC seasons, and recreated her look last week. Lindsay’s devotion and dedication to fans shows, as she enjoys returning as one of the Alumni Ambassadors, saying, “Any time we can be here and support the fans, it’s always fun.” A Gallatin, Tennessee native, Lindsay also enjoys her day job, working in marketing in the wine and spirits industry.
In addition, Kerry cheered for the Titans for four years. “It’s exciting to be asked back,” Kerry says.” Kerry is still in cheer, working as Vice President of Sales for Varsity, a cheerleading/dance apparel company. In addition, Kerry and her husband own three MaggieMoos stores and four MaggieMoos trucks. “And we have two kids, and a partridge in a pear tree,” Kerry smiles. Current TTC Brittni told UltimateCheerleaders last year how she idolized Kerry on Halloween games as a young Titans fan.
Kristina was a two-season Titans Cheerleader, and during her sidelines times, she was nurse and a pirate during her Halloween-themed games. Kristina does the bookkeeping for her husband’s business and is a mom to three-year old and twenty month old daughters. Likely to be dancers, since, as Kristina laughs, “As soon as the music comes on, and they start breaking it down. So that’s a good sign.”
Alumnus Jennifer has continued to be an on-field assistant for the Titans Cheerleaders for years. An engineer for Nissan, Jennifer remains a fan favorite.
And exciting news is that alumnus, two-year Titans Cheerleader, Molly is now the coach of the NHL Predators’ Ice Girls, a group of both dancers and figure skaters, and she just assumed that role a little over a month ago. The Ice Girls were once discontinued but have returned, to the joy of Preds fans.
Happy Halloween! Today, we are pleased to feature the Titans Cheerleaders of captain Ashley P’s line. There was a throwback to the 60’s, Mario and Luigi, Poison Ivy, Ashley’s kitten, but the return of Whitney in her catwoman suit showed true dedication for her fans. The cat suit is not meant for Halloween games with a game time temperature of 80, but Whitney kept smiling and dancing. The weather was a bit of a “trick,” but Whitney’s dedication was a “treat” for the Titans fans. Here are more of the Titans Cheerleaders:
The Indiana Pacers would like you to help select the 2014-2015 your favorite cause/costume in the 4th Annual Pacemates Costume Contest. A $1000 donation will be made to the winning Pacemate’s favorite charity. Vote at Pacemateshalloween.com.
Voting ends just before halftime of the Pacers versus Grizzlies game.
Last Sunday, LP Field was 80 degrees and sunny, lovely, but a bit warm for Titans Cheerleaders who may have planned for more autumnal temperatures when planning their Halloween costumes. Of course captains Anne and Jessi’s line seemed just fine. For one thing, Jessi was devilishly at home in the heat, after all, she is a Florida native.
And Kate’s Hunger Games costume had a plan A (black tights for a cool day) and plan B (shorts if things were warmer), so Kate’s Katniss was right on target. Here are the talented Titans Cheerleaders captained by Anne and Jessi:
Titans fans received an early Halloween “treat” last Sunday as the Titans Cheerleaders performed in costume during the second half. Earlier in the year, Titans fans were treated to the fact that Pro Bowl selection Tandra returned for another season on the TTC, and did not ride off into the sunset. But Sunday, Tandra looked ready to ride the range, adorned in chaps. Here are the members of Tandra’s line, including pre-game with some spook-tacular Titans fans: