NFL Cheerleaders' oops moments are probably more noticeable than the oops moments of high school or middle school cheerleaders, because of the media exposure professional team sports receive.
Take a video camera, if allowed, and record your own cheerleading bloopers for a laugh on a rainy day.
Cheerleaders in America’s National Football League (NFL) have made their high school dreams of taking their sport to the ultimate level.
He’s fired.'” A year ago, Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco quarterback, began kneeling when the national anthem was played in protest against police brutality and racial injustice.
"I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of colour," Kaepernick told NFL Media at the start of his protest.
It says: “For you on the squad who have attended those parties, just think how narrowly you missed having your photo in all the local papers and/or being assaulted.” So make sure you don’t get assaulted girls – if not for your sake at least for the team’s reputation!
4) Avoid spots at all costs “Proper skin care must be maintained by all cheerleaders,” says the Ravens rulebook.
One of California’s Oakland Raiderettes has filed a lawsuit against the Raiders, claiming she is paid well under the minimum wage, has to buy her own tights, and that dancers who gain five pounds are benched.
It has opened up an unearthing of the unfair treatment cheerleaders face, with a former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader releasing her squad’s 2009 rulebook to Jezebel, and the LA Times getting hold of the Raiderette’s handbook.
According to WFAA-TV, the school said it “did not create a district policy, and did not impose or suggest consequences for any students or staff for expressing an opinion on the merits of standing, sitting, kneeling, or locking arms during the national anthem".