NFL Cheerleaders: Angela, Macall, Elyssa and Hannah
ProTour Productions brings together 4 All-Star cheerleaders from the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Rams, and Indianapolis Colts. Although they are mostly recognized for their entertaining performances on the NFL’s sidelines, the majority of the squad’s time is spent giving back to the community. NFL Cheerleaders average over 750 hours of charitable service throughout the year. They take pride in working with their local communities and provide positive and professional role models for young women. All NFL Cheerleaders are volunteers and are comprised of unique and diversified backgrounds from full-time careers to full-time students. These Elite Cheerleaders look forward to meeting our men and women of the Armed Forces.
Eddie Kennison III
Eddie J. Kennison III grew up in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where he attended Washington-Marion High School and became a Parade All-American. He recorded 27 receptions for 497 yards in six games as a senior and hauled in 59 passes for 1,205 yards with 23 TDs as a junior. In fact, Eddie made history as Washington-Marion’s first player to have a number retired. Eddie was also gifted with great speed and became a standout performer in track.
Eddie furthered his football career and education at Louisiana State University (LSU) and received his degree in Physical Therapy along with countless awards for his outstanding football and track career. Through hard work, athletic ability and perseverance, Eddie was able to achieve his dream of becoming a NFL player.
In the summer of 1996 Eddie was drafted in the first round by the St. Louis Rams, 18th pick overall. He spent 3 seasons with the Rams before joining the offense in New Orleans in 1999. Year 2000 was spent with the Chicago Bears.
It was not until 2001 that Eddie feels he really “found his home”, when he became a Kansas City Chief. Under the direction of Coach Dick Vermeil, Eddie proudly wore #87 for the Chiefs. He officially retired after a 13-year NFL career in 2010.
Terrence Holt is a former American football safety. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the 5th round (137th overall) of the 2003 NFL Draft. He played college football at North Carolina State University.
Holt was also a member of the Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, and New Orleans Saints. He is the younger brother of All-Pro wide receiver Torry Holt.