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Pro Bowl Ginger Now Cheers For Washington

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.

Ginger on Jaguars

Chloe and Ginger at Pro Bowl

 

Washington Cheerleaders–The First Ladies Of Football

Erica and Jackie

Kennedy

Erica and Alyssa

Candess

Ashley

 

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders–Throwback Sunday

The Dolphins Cheerleaders picked last Sunday to honor their predecessors by donning throwback uniforms for their game dance video.

Oh and by the way the guys won again, lead by Tua Tagovailoa, beating the LA  Chargers 29-21. Watch out for the Fins!

Veronica, Elena and Molly

Briana and Emily

Alums Tiffany and Fabiola

Alum Julie

Alum Ashley

Alum Amy

Alum Lilly

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders gram link is HERE

The Cheer Squad Members Of The Kansas City Chiefs Are Impressive

Plenty to cheer about in Kansas City as the Chiefs are 8 and 1 going into their bye week.

The cheerleaders are equally  impressive as they perform on the upper deck of Arrowhead Stadium. Enjoy some team photos, more will follow:

Talia

Tiffany

Kelsey

Jmia

Elizabeth H.

Chloe

Masked up!

Link to Chiefs Cheerleaders website is HERE

 

The ROAR Of The Jaguars–Salute To Service Game Versus Texans

The Jaguars lost to the Texans on Sunday 27 to 25.

Jake Luton did play well for a rookie quarterback making his first NFL star and taking his first NFL snaps. The team effort just wasn’t enough!

This coming Sunday the Jags will be in Green Bay, good luck guys!

Enjoy some team photos of the ROAR during Salute to Service. Click to enlarge:

Keiko

Link to additional ROAR photos is HERE

 

Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders–Salute To Service Game

Last Sunday the Miami Dolphins, behind rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, went into Phoenix and beat the Cardinals 34-31.

The Cardinals Cheerleaders honored our troops with their outstanding Salute to Service outfits.

Enjoy:

Stop by azcardinals.com to see many more cheer photos HERE

Cheer Photo Of The Day

Saints Beat Back The Buccaneers On Sunday Night

The New Orleans Saints gave the Tampa Bay Buccaneers a shellacking on Sunday Night Football, 38 to 3. Let’s skip over the details as the Buc’s turn the page on this debacle and we will proceed to highlight the Cheers in their Salute To Service outfits. Enjoy:

Elizabeth

Talyn

Stephanie

Lindsey

Kirstie

Kimiah

KaylaT

Kayla A.

Justin

JoJo

Gabryelle

Erin

Emily

Chloe

Ariana

Anastasia

Abby

 

More of these photos are on the Buccaneer website HERE

The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

The Boys are experiencing a down season but one guarantee is that the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders never have a bad year. Masks will never hide their beauty and performing talent. Here’s a few photos off the internet from the last couple seasons. Enjoy:

Lauren, Miss Abs!

 

 

 

 

NFL Annual Salute To Service Games

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.
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The Buccaneers will host the Saints on Sunday Night and Jaguars will entertain the Texans in an afternoon game in Jacksonville.
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Here’s some of my prior year(s) photos of the Cheers honoring our nation’s service members, veterans and their families. God Bless.

Cori, Bucs

Crystale, Bucs

Kayla, Bucs

Rebecca, Bucs

Stephanie, Bucs

Alyvia, Jaguars

Whitney, Jaguars

Buccaneers

Jaguars

Allison, Jaguars

Jaguars

Jaguars

Emily, Bucs

Elizabeth, Bucs

Anna, KaylaT, KaylaA–Bucs

Eden, Jaguars

Sandy, Jaguars

The ROAR of the Jaguars

Rachel, Jaguars

Flickr album of 2020 is HERE

 

Cheerleader Kelly Of The Miami Dolphins

Reprinted from facebook, enjoy:
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Four-year veteran Kelly knows the power of embracing one’s potential. Kelly was unable to communicate as a young child due to a speech impediment. Her parents made every effort to never make her feel as though she had a disability. For years, Kelly communicated using sign language and took dance classes as a way to express emotions in a healthy way. Following her teacher’s advice, Kelly’s parents sought a speech pathologist to help Kelly with her speech. She was able to pronounce her first word at the age of six and spent years in therapy thereafter. Throughout her treatment, Kelly felt most comfortable practicing her speech in the dance studio where she knew it was safe to make mistakes. She related speech therapy to dance, where practice and progress were developmental personally and practically.
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By middle school Kelly was able to verbally communicate and felt a sense of renewal. While many people doubted her abilities, she felt empowered reaching milestones in speech therapy while she worked diligently to accomplish milestones as a dancer. She credits her speech pathologist for endless support and encouragement through experiential learning, which allowed her to feel that speech was attainable. Once Kelly embraced her potential, she felt unstoppable. She graduated high school with a 4.0 GPA, was captain of her dance team, and has danced professionally in the NBA, NHL, and NFL. Kelly is working toward her degree in speech pathology to share with other children the sense of empowerment her therapist shared with her. She wants others to embrace their differences and more importantly, their potential, to see beyond their immediate limitations and look toward their long-term dreams.
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“My Hispanic roots are treasured by the beautiful memories of family traditions and culinary delicacies influenced by both Mexican and European recipes passed down from generation to generation. I an very proud of my Mexican roots.” – Kelly

Mexican Heritage

Houston Texans days

 

 

Kelly and teammate Terra

Kelly and her MDC captain Katie

Estefania Of The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

This article was originally published in Spanish so the translation is a bit choppy:

To be able to make one of the NFL Cheerleading squads, it is necessary to go through a rigorous selection process to which thousands of candidates attend each year. The Miami Dolphins were the first to open call for foreign participants and Mexican native Estefanía Fabregat was one of the chosen few.

Cheerleaders are an important part of football games, as they are in charge of giving shows in which dance and elaborate choreography grab the attention of fans.

Estefanía was born and raised in Mexico City. Since she was a child she showed her dance skills, although at first she focused on classical ballet, she soon learned jazz, contemporary dance and even hip hop.

At the age of 16 she moved with her mother to the United States and that was when she began to have an interest in the American Football, but she did not leave her studies and graduated in Marketing and Communication at Villanova University, where for the first time she was part of a cheer team.

When she finished college, she auditioned for the Miami Dolphins team, but failed on her first attempt, so she prepared for more than a year and landed a spot the following year.

With the team, third season Estefanía performs between 30 and 40 different short routines, on several occasions she has reported that they are in action for about four hours and have very little rest time. She also participates in activities with fans such as autograph signings and community initiatives.

The Mexican native has always shown how proud she is of her roots and proof of this was the message she shared on the official website of the Dolphins.

“My Mexican heritage means unconditional love, family, home, friends, food and traditional values, they are the traditions of my people. It is my roots and where I come from that made me what I am today. Celebrating my Mexican culture means remembering and honoring these values ​​that are treasures of my country, ”she said.

Estefania

Cardinals Cheerleaders From Sunday Night Football Game Versus Seahawks

The Arizona Cardinals knocked off the the Seattle Seahawks in an overtime thriller on Sunday Night Football 37-34.

Enjoy some photos of the “masked up” Cheers, courtesy of the team’s website HERE:

 

THOSE EYES!!!

 

 

It Is Worth Repeating. Please Follow The Advice Of The Cheers!!!!

Veronica

Briana

Kayla B.

The ROAR Of The Jaguars, Crucial Catch Initiative

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.
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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.
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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.
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Below please find photos from this year (masked up) and from the 2019 season. Enjoy:

The ROAR

Alyvia

Brittany

Dominick

Nijah

Belinda Sara Abby Kaylee

Alyvia

Dominick and Nijah

Eden

Kinsey

Hailee and Eden

Rachel

Sara Belinda Abby

Eden

The ROAR website is HERE