Male cheerleaders join 2 NFL squads amid complaints and lawsuits

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Male cheerleaders join 2 NFL squads amid complaints and lawsuits
Male cheerleaders join 2 NFL squads amid complaints and lawsuits

For the first time in NFL history, male dancers will be cheering on the sidelines. Of the 32 teams in the NFL, only two are featuring male dancers next to females: the Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints. The Rams said that tryouts have always been open to everyone but Napoleon Jinnies and Quinton Peron, both classically trained dancers, were the only men who ever showed up, reports CBS News' Jamie Yuccas.The move toward gender inclusion comes after a season of lawsuits and complaints filed on behalf of NFL cheerleaders. Six former Houston Texans cheerleaders claimed they endured brutal working conditions. A former Miami Dolphins cheerleader claimed she was discriminated against based

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