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Michelle Morris is an accountant.On the side, she’s a Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader.
Morris started with the team her senior year of college, and now shes heading into her forth season cheering for the Eagles. And this year she’s a co-captain.
Twice a week, Morris drives 60 miles from New Jersey to Philly, after her day job, and practices with her fellow cheerleaders for at least three hours.
Sundays are the fun part. The Eagles monopolize Morris’ Sunday as she gets her hair and make-up done, and cheers her team to victory.
But it doesn’t end there. Morris and her fellow cheerleaders are constantly making appearances at charity events, going to NFL off-season events like the draft, and even jetting off to the Bahamas for photo shoots.
Then it's to work. Michelle leaves early on practice days, so she has to get all her work done by 4:30
Working hard! Michelle was recently promoted and now does a lot of work with the bankruptcy and insolvency niche at the firm
Now it's in the car for Michelle's hour and a half drive to Philly. She has to make it in time for 7:00 rehearsal
As the girls practice, you notice the guys working out in the gym gravitate towards the stretching area right outside...
At about 10:20 pm, practice was over. Michelle took off and made it home by midnight and got ready to do the same thing again the next day!
But it's not only during the football season that Michelle participates in Eagles events. This year she got to go to the NFL draft
The spend a lot of time shooting the calendar, but they also get to hang out, relax, and bond with the team
And in June, the girls walked down the runway at the amfAR Gala. The amfAR Gala raised close to $1 million for AIDs research
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