Tag Archives: Cheerleader

The Weighting Is The Hardest Part

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader Courtney Lenz

Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Courtney Lenz (Far right) will not be appearing at the Super Bowl with her squad. Why? Because the fat bastard gained an unimaginable 1.6 pounds!

Like people need another reason to root against the Ravens…

A veteran Ravens cheerleader spoke out today about the team’s decision to drop her from the Super Bowl squad because she had a ‘rough year’ – by gaining less than two pounds. Courtney Lenz, 23, from Baltimore, Maryland, is the only cheerleader with more than three years of experience with her beloved team who will not be making the historic trip.

This season, Miss Lenz, who is 5’4, was dropped from two games in October and November because of weight gain – of 1.6lbs. She was told by Ravens staff to consult a nutritionist and get counseling at her own cost.

“During the season, I weigh 124lbs. At every practice, the trainer brings her scale and all the girls are taken aside, weighed and the number is recorded. I was told I was being benched because I had gained weight and when I asked how much it was, the scales showed 1.6lbs.”

Call me, Courtney; I can help you work off the weight. That is, if you don’t mind “some cardio” with a dm-witted, slightly fess fat blogger.

My Little Toney

Tella Tony Indianapolis Colts Cheerleader Contestant

An Indiana woman wants to stop slinging hash and start showing her . . .

A pretty girl from humble beginnings has become the focus of an online cheerleading competition,. where judges allow vote winners to audition for the Indianapolis Colts squad.

Tella Toney, 20, currently works as a lunch server at Southridge High School in Huntingburg, but she is hoping to join the Colts by winning winning the online competition.

The judges will allow the top ten vote-winners to audition to be a Colts cheerleader in March – she currently leads with 5,300 votes. Demi Z, in second place, has 4,325 votes.

Call me old-fashioned, but I want my lunch-ladies to dress in the classical fashion.