Washington Football Team Replacing Cheerleaders With Coed Dance Team For 2021
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After 50 years, the Washington Football Team has discontinuing their cheerleader program and replacing it with a coed dance squad. Per ESPN...
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The team had announced last month that the cheerleader program was paused while it decided what direction the rebranding would take. Petra Pope, hired by the team as a senior adviser focused on creating game-day entertainment, said the goal is to create a "more modern franchise."

"With that comes inclusivity, diversity and in my mind, as an entertainer, athleticism," Pope told ESPN by phone. "My desire is to create a team that is all of that -- inclusive, diverse, coed, athletic -- to set the gold standard in the NFL. We're looking for that super athlete that can dance, perform tricks and stunts and manipulate whatever props that will create a really great show."

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gay
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All sausage team bank it
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aTm 'guys' headed to DC
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ugh....when will this cycle stop? IS NOTHING SACRED?????
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40% drop in merchandise sales at a minimum. Idiots.
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Will this is a include a transgendered?
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Make it all trans. Be a leader. Might be surprised the amount of interest you would get
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Virtue signaling at its finest
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He's no Jesse
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Lol
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Oye...
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They have to be TRYING to ruin their franchise at this point right?
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That squad will be 80% sausage with long hair in 10 years. Book it.
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Nobody wants to see that.
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Logged in to upvote this comment. I can't imagine that too many people who watch football, in the stadium or on TV, care much about the NFL cheerleaders as it is. But this will probably just be annoying to most who watch.
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