7 Best-Looking Rookie Cheerleaders from Around the NFL
Cheerleading auditions are finally over and the NFL finally has all of its squads set up. Rookies are abundant around the NFL, and the best-looking ones always get featured in the front.
This year shall be no different. There are a lot of rookies around the league and teams have squads from as small as 20 (boo) to well over 40.
There tends to be a focus more towards the southern and coastal cities when it comes to having the best-looking rookie cheerleaders, and this will focus on seven of the best-looking rookie cheerleaders in the NFL.
Having to sort through 28 teams worth of cheerleaders and their 10-15 rookies apiece to find these gems was a bit of a grueling task, but it's well worth it.
However, it's not like I found diamonds in the rough. Finding these women is closer to finding shells on the beach.
The Unfortunate Teams Without Cheerleaders
The one thing I found in my research is that some teams do not have any cheerleaders. I was shocked and appalled that the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers don't even have cheerleading squads.
Fans of those teams, I apologize to you. It's appalling that the Lions have Roary the lion, but can't even have a cheerleader named Rory.
San Diego Chargers Girl Amanda
Starting off with a quick video on Charger Girl rookie Amanda. She's a rookie and a dancer for 17 years. Her blonde hair, blue eyes, and million-dollar smile earn her the nod from the Chargers squad.
She will be an asset for the Charger Girls and could help them sell an extra calendar or two.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleader Monica Arrington
Monica by day is a middle-school science teacher. But on the weekend, she is a Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleader starting this year and her looks are just one reason why she is a unique fit on that squad.
She is also the kind of girl whose favorite movie is X-Men, favorite book is Harry Potter and favorite TV Show is Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Jacksonville Jaguars Cheerleader Rachel
Rachel is a Registered Nurse. She's also insanely good looking. Next time I'm in Jacksonville, remind me to fake a stomach flu or something so that I can meet her.
She's already in the top group looks wise for the Jaguars and will only rise as she spends more time on the squad.
Houston Texans Brittany
Even though she is just a rookie, there is something about her smile and her eyes that just makes her the best looking cheerleader on the entire Houston squad.
Brittany is from Sugar Land, Texas, and hopefully this is just her first year of many on their squad.
San Francisco Gold Rush Alexa
Alexa is the best looking on the entire Gold Rush squad. She's just a rookie too.
Her exotic look and amazing dance skills are on show in her intro video located here. Expect her to steal the screen when the cameramen go to commercials.
Atlanta Falcons Cheerleader Kat Majester
Kat Majester wins a tough, close race for the best looking Falcons rookie cheerleader.
On a squad that has improved in their looks tremendously recently, she wins by a nose because of her skills as a pole vaulter were good enough to try out for the Olympics.
On that alone, she wins over the other Falcons rookie cheerleaders.
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Emma Mary
Holy Hottie Batman! Who's that?
Funny you ask, this is Emma Mary from the Dallas Cowboys famed squad. Her smile is almost as great as her junk food weakness of Chips and Queso.
Emma, fans around the country will fall in love with you should you happen to grace their televisions on Sundays as their cheerleader close up.
On a side note, in doing research on cheerleaders, the Cowboys have the absolute best website for their cheerleaders and for that alone, I've become a fan... of their cheerleaders.
Scott Carasik is a Featured Columnist and Trends and Traffic Writer for Bleacher Report. As a Featured Columnist, he covers the Atlanta Falcons, NFL and NFL Draft. He is also the Falcons analyst at Drafttek and also runs the NFL Draft Website ScarDraft.com and the host of Kvetching Draftniks Radio.
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