But have you ever wondered what their job is really like? Recent reports of harassment , lack of compensation , and discrimination have shed some light on the treatment of cheerleaders in the NFL. But to get a better idea of what the job is really like, Business Insider talked to four former NFL cheerleaders, who spoke candidly about the questions surrounding compensation, social media, and rules about interacting with players causing controversy throughout the league. The women we talked to appear to have had overwhelmingly positive experiences during their time as cheerleaders. Source: Business Insider. Source: CBS Sports. Source: The New York Times. Source: Time. Source: The Guardian and Business Insider. Rosa is involved in two lawsuits that also include claims that Houston Texans cheerleaders were not being paid minimum wage or overtime.
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You see them on the sidelines during games and sometimes during halftime.
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Few look it: most are lithe and fit from a lifetime of exercise. Now they are buzzing around a banquet hall set up in a club-seating deck on the upper level of Nissan Stadium in Nashville, home of the Tennessee Titans. There are nearly former N.
The squad, which was actually part of the Colt's marching band, started a trend that has now lasted decades and added more energy and excitement to the games. Not only do cheerleaders increase the enthusiasm for a team , they also represent their team with appearances at schools, at charity events and with the USO - even though the gig is almost always just a part-time job. Yet while every football fan might have a favorite player on their team , what about on their team's cheerleading squad? If you don't have one yet, we can help.