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NFL Cheerleaders Try To Avoid Injury, Learn The Plays During Week One Of Preseason


While Manziel, Bridgewater, Bortles, etc. were busy running through the playbook in Week One of the preseason, NFL rookie cheerleaders were doing the same on the sidelines. These ladies are just hoping to get through the preseason without suffering an injury. You can see there was a little rust. They’ve been practicing against each other and it’s nice for them to finally have another team to cheer against.

I’m spent the last 4-5 hours wondering about this:

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NFL players don’t get paid their normal salary for playing in preseason games. Richard Sherman wrote in August 2013 that veterans players got a $1,500 stipend per week during camp.

Via former Houston Texans cheerleader Caitlyn (still waiting on how much per game):

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