Cheerleader dating football players
Yet 10,000 retweets later, the two are a prom couple.For “Big Mike,” as he’s been known to his friends since his sophomore year at Crosby High School in suburban Houston, it all started as a joke during 3rd period, when Caitlyn — who, as per Texans policy, isn’t allowed to give her last name — followed him on a “Twitter following spree.” “I was all like, ‘What if I took a Texans cheerleader to prom? “He was like, ‘That would be pretty cool.’” So Ramirez sent Caitlyn a message.
"It has been suggested to me that there was talk about changing the uniform and possibly in a way to making the uniform a little more…whatever you want to call it," said Jones.The etiquette stuff is pretty cheesy and patronizing, but so are most employee handbooks everywhere.Things get more insidious when it comes to Raiderette rules of "fraternization." The Raiders claim to be the only NFL team without policies forbidding cheerleaders to date or hang around team members."The organization has changed and won't ever be the same that's the way I feel about it," said a 22-year-old Ezelle to our News 8 cameras the day after she quit.It quickly became a national story, and the country's eyes turned to the team's new owner.DALLAS -- You could argue that for the first time in some time, it is a good time to be America’s Team.
A glistening new headquarters, a strong season last year, and an owner enshrined in the NFL Hall of Fame.
The women felt that those plans went directly against the team's wholesome image.
The news of their walkout became a huge local story.
"I think it's totally appropriate for this day and age, where we are today," she said.
Looking back, Ezelle praises Jones for recognizing that women who had dreamed of making the team were willing to fight to protect what it stands for.
We reached out to The Cowboys about this wrinkle in history, but they prefer to keep it stored away, like Ezelle's memorabilia.