The past Denver Broncos season was truly incredible. The AFC West Champions won eleven games in a row to finish the regular season 13-3 and earned the number one seed in the AFC. While on the field the Broncos proved that they are a major force to be reckoned with, off the field Broncos Nation showed its strength and came together “United in Orange”. Although this season left many ofus wanting more, it showed the potential for even greater seasons to come.
Hi, my name is Lindsey and this is my second season as a Denver Broncos Cheerleader. Now that the season has come to an end, I’ve turned my focus to preparing for the 2013 season. Auditions for the 2013-2014 Denver Broncos Cheerleaders are just a few months away, so I thought I’d give a little insight into what it takes to become a Denver Broncos Cheerleader.
Auditions are a week long, but cheerleader hopefuls prepare for months and years in advance. Most cheerleaders have had years of formal cheer and/or dance training. Brushing up on dance skills, getting into top physical shape, practicing public speaking and modeling are among activities that can help prepare candidates.