- Cheerleaders are a common sight in most NFL games, cheering on their teams from the sidelines and entertaining crowds during halftime.
- But recent reports of harassment, lack of compensation, and discrimination have shed some light on the treatment of cheerleaders in the NFL.
- Here’s what working as an NFL cheerleader is really like.
You’ve probably seen NFL cheerleaders on the sidelines, or maybe during halftime at NFL games. But have you ever wondered what their job is really like?
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.
Here’s what they said working as an NFL cheerleader is really like.
Most NFL teams have cheerleaders.
You see them on the sidelines during games and sometimes during halftime.
Looks like they’re having fun, right?
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