Top 25 Black NFL CheerleadersJune 11, 2011


I scoured every single NFL website in search of their finest Ebony cheerleaders. Surprisingly six teams don’t have cheerleading squads. Our loss of course. Either way, here are the top black NFL cheerleaders with a representative from every team with a cheerleading squad.

25. Ben Gals – Whitney

24. Vikings – Whitney

23. Patriots – Randi

22. Sea Gals – Shelly (bottom right)

21. Rams – Crystal

20. Gold Rush – Ileri

19. Broncos – LeLanna

18. Titans – Natalie

17. Flight Crew – Crystal

16. Colts – Leandra B.

15. Saintsations – Jasmine

14. Ravens – Kelli

13. Chiefs – Whitney

12. Cardinals – Dionna

11. Top Cats – Jocelyn

10. Buccaneers – Milly

9. Eagles – Erica

8. Charger Girls – Clarisse

7. Jills – Morgan

6. Falcons – Brittney W.

5. Cowboys – Mia

4. Texans – Nicole

3. Dolphins – Kellie

2. Redskins – Mila

1. Raiders – Tori

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