Seattle Seahawks Cheerleader’s Latest Wild Photos Cause A Stir

Seattle Seahawks Cheerleader’s Latest Wild Photos Cause A Stir

A Seattle Seahawks cheerleader’s latest wild photos caused a stir this week amid preparation for the team’s 2023-24 NFL season.

Last year, Seattle quietly emerged as one of the league’s most surprising squads. The departure of Russell Wilson was supposed to signal the beginning of a rebuild for the Seahawks, but nobody told Geno Smith that.

After winning the starting quarterback job from Drew Lock, Smith never came back down to earth. He finished the season with 4,282 passing yards, 30 touchdowns and just 11 interceptions while completing 69.8 percent of his passes.

For his troubles, Smith earned a three-year, $75 million contract that could see him earn upwards of $100 million if he meets certain milestones.

Smith wasn’t the only star Seattle boasted last year, though. The Seahawks’ cheerleaders were also extremely impressive in 2022-23. One in particular amassed a major audience on social media that follows her every move.

This week, the Seahawks cheerleader in question, Lillian, saw her latest wild photos cause something of a stir.

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In a week where a Las Vegas Raiders cheerleader’s provocative photos went viral and Brittany Mahomes’ intimate pictures set the internet ablaze, it’s telling that an NFL dancer was able to swoop in and steal the headlines like this.

Big picture, though – it will be interesting to see what Pete Carroll and Co. can get done next year.

Smith, as noted, was great. But he got a lot of help from the running game, too. Ken Walker recorded nine touchdowns and 1,050 yards in his rookie campaign despite starting in just 11 outings and playing in 15 total.

Seattle was the third-best rushing team in the league last season. If that level of elite ground play continues, coupled with D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and Jaxon Smith-Njigba putting pressure on opposing secondaries, the Seahawks’ offense could be sneaky good in 2023-24.

The big question is how this group will look defensively. For a Carroll coached squad, the Seahawks were uncharacteristically bad on this side of the ball in 2022-23. They finished 26th in total defense and made some desperate moves in the offseason to address the situation.

Will Dre-Mont Jones and Bobby Wagner be the answer to last year’s defensive woes? Time will tell.

Seattle obviously plays in a stacked division. The San Francisco 49ers are clearly still the class of the NFC West, and the Arizona Cardinals are going to finish last. The Los Angeles Rams will likely improve from last year’s injury-ridden showing – but it’s unclear how much.

Where the Seahawks fit into things is the million-dollar question. Either way, though – the Seahawks’ cheerleaders will be there rooting their squad on every step of the way.

Related: Molly Qerim’s Latest Wild Photos Go Viral

Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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