A Seattle Seahawks cheerleader saw her racy locker room photos go viral this past week.
Coming into the year, many questioned whether Pete Carroll and Co. would be able to replicate last season’s magic. In 2022, despite seemingly losing their franchise quarterback in Russell Wilson, the team thrived on both sides of the ball in surprising fashion.
Obviously with hindsight being what it is, everyone now knows that Wilson is washed. But at the time, replacing him with Geno Smith seemed like a huge downgrade.
In 2023, Seattle is slowly building on last year’s success. The team is currently 3-2 for the season and sits second in the NFC West behind the San Francisco 49ers.
Fresh off a very close loss to the Cincinnati Bengals this past weekend, a Seahawks cheerleader stole the headlines when she published some racy locker room photos that immediately set the internet ablaze.
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This isn’t the first time that the cheerleader in question, Lillian, has blown up in this fashion. Earlier this year, some of her private photos leaked out online and went viral, too.
It has just been that kind of year for NFL cheerleaders. A few days back, a provocative locker room video featuring Dallas Cowboys dancers also nearly melted the internet.
Miami Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill is being accused of something pretty messy: https://t.co/D9hZOpqCX3
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Cheerleading aside, it will be very interesting to see what Seattle can ultimately accomplish this season. Next week is a guaranteed win against the Arizona Cardinals, but after that the schedule gets a bit tougher.
Starting on Oct. 29 Carroll and Co. face off against the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens and Washington Commanders. None of those squads are necessarily Super Bowl threats, but they are definitely teams that can beat Seattle on a given night.
What sort of campaign will the Seahawks ultimately be able to string together throughout the rest of this season? An answer one way or the other will emerge soon enough.
Charles Kruger has been credentialed to cover two Super Bowls, four NBA Finals, and one World Series. A 20-year veteran in the sports world, he has sources spanning the NBA, MLB, NFL, UFC and NASCAR. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Calif., he is Game 7’s go-to source for rumors surrounding the Lakers, Clippers and Dodgers.