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St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders

St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders
General Information
Team St. Louis Rams
Established 1974
Members 30
  • Embraceable Ewes (1974-1994)
  • St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders (1995-present)

The St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders are the cheerleading squad for the St. Louis Rams professional football team. They were established in 1974 when the team was located in Los Angeles and were known as the Embraceable Ewes.

Notable former cheerleaders


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External links

  • St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders Official Webpage

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