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Documentary shines light on NFL cheerleader exploitation

The then-Oakland Raiders settled with nearly 100 women who worked as Raiderette cheerleaders as part of a lawsuit over working conditions. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

‘It Was Crazy To Think They Were Getting Away With This’

By: Shalise Manza Young

Yahoo Sports Columnist

Cheerleaders have been part of NFL games for nearly 70 of the league’s 100 years. Beginning with the Baltimore Marching Colts in 1954, scores of women have suited up to cheer for players, entertain fans during games and represent franchises at events throughout the community.

The 26 teams who currently have cheer squads have long found ways to…

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