Add a little cheer to your sports feed on Twitter with these twitter happy ladies of the NFL.
Most sports fans on Twitter follow their favorite team, players, coach and maybe even the mascot. But what about the leading ladies who stand on the field every game and help us cheer on our favorite team? That’s right, I’m talking about the ladies of the NFL. They are on Twitter too and with 32 teams in the NFL and over 30 cheerleaders on a squad, there are a lot to choose from. In fact, some teams like the Dallas Cowboys have an account for the squad and one for every cheerleader.
You could opt to follow the girls who cheer for your team, or just your favorite “hot” cheerleaders but there some other good reasons to follow. Some of them pump their fans up before game day, some share behind the scenes photos and some of them are just downright funny.
Here’s my list of NFL Cheerleaders to follow on Twitter:
Duyen cheers for the Houston Texans and tweets about school, cheering, life and all things #Texans. She has 4 seasons of experience cheering for the Texans.
Texan’s have the No. 27 Draft pick in 2013 #TeamTexans 🙂
—HTC_Duyen (@HTC_Duyen) January 14, 2013
Courtney cheers for the Dallas Cowboys and is a true sports fan through and through. Of course she has plenty of tweets dedicated to her Dallas Cowboys, but you can also catch tweeting about hockey and basketball. She was also pretty chatty during the NFL Playoffs and is sure to have a few things to say during the Superbowl. She also loves making hashtags about her curly hair.
— Courtney Cook (@DCC_Courtney) January 13, 2013
It’s pretty obvious that Brooke loves football. She’s a lot of fun to follow during games. Brooke is a former NFL and NHL dancer/cheerleader and now owns her own dance studio.
I’m very honest esp abt choreography. A talented dancer can dance poor choreography well but if that’s all you ever learn you’ll never grow.
— Brooke Bailey (@brookebailey21) January 23, 2013
Kadija cheers for the Atlanta Falcons and has a ton of things to say pre-game to help Falcons fans get their minds right. You should help her start gaining more followers. She has danced for two years with the Falcons.
— Kadija (@AFC_Kadija) January 25, 2013
Danielle cheers for the Saints, loves Louisianna and has a lot to say! Danielle is a West Virginia alumni and a passionate tweeter.
My mom’s credit card number was stolen over the Internet.. The person used it to buy a profile on CHRISTIAN mingle.#Hypocrite
— Danielle Hall (@DanielleHall13) January 27, 2013
Toney is a “Ben-Gal” which means she cheers for the Cincinnati Bengals. She’s also pretty funny.
I was told today “my dipstick is broken”.. Quote of the day
— Toney Litz(@ToneyLitz) January 25, 2013
Jessi has no problem tweeting exactly what she thinks and for that she is on my must follow list. This Tennessee Titans cheerleaders’s Twitter profile reads: “Boss. I ride an Electra. NFLcheerchick. Pro electric-slider. Writer. Jesus Fan.”
The WOMEN of the NFL work sooo hard year after year, only to share their reward and camera time with a bunch of casino girls?? #Really?
— Jessi Peralta (@MissJessiP) January 27, 2013
Denita does a great job uplifting the rest of her teammates, tweeting about her team, the Atlanta Falcons, and making her followers laugh. She has cheered with the team for four seasons.
— Denita (@AFC_Denita) January 27, 2013
Alicia also cheers for the Falcons, loves talking to fans and has a great personality on Twitter. She tweets to her fellow cheerleaders, tweets about the Falcons and has a few gems in there from time to time that will make you laugh (or at least smile).
Hey! Remember that really awesome lord of the rings movie? Yeah, me neither.
— Alicia (@AFC_Alicia) January 27, 2013
These ladies have my pick for a great mix of uplifting thoughts, sports, and a good laugh. One thing I have to say is, if you’re an Atlanta Falcons fan you’ve got it made! It was hard to pick only a few from that squad. Those ladies love to cheer for their team on Twitter and have no problem chatting with fans.
Did I miss any of your favorite cheerleaders on Twitter? Leave a comment and tell me who makes your list. You can follow us on Twitter @SportsNetworker