Jets Cheerleaders Awarded $325,000 In Settlement

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Jets Cheerleaders Awarded $325,000 In Settlement

The New York Jets have paid the team’s cheerleaders $325,000 after a class-action lawsuit was filed over low wages, with plaintiffs claiming they only made $150 per game and were compensated for neither practice time nor expenses, all of which averaged out to $1.50 per hour. What do you think?

  • “That’s good. It just doesn’t feel right to be ogling underpaid women.”

    Craig Huber Corporate Mortician
  • “How can the NFL be expected to pay cheerleaders more than $150 per game when they have to set so much aside for concussion settlements?”

    Brett Boyer Barber’s Apprentice
  • “They should be doing this for the love of the game, just like the players.”

    Melinda Hassey Cracker Salter


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