Rams to Make History with Super Bowl's First-Ever Male Cheerleaders
- Regardless of whether they win or lose, the Los Angeles Rams are set to make Super Bowl history. Not because of the team's players, but because of its cheerleaders.
- Having already scored a first after adding two men to its cheerleading squad at the start of the season, the Rams are poised to become the first team in history to bring male cheerleaders to the Super Bowl.
- Quinton Peron, one of the newbies, says he expects the history-making appearance to bring about changes in cheerleading across the country, noting he's already "been reached out to by so many men that are so excited to try out. And not just men our age, but young men trying out for their junior high school dance team or cheer team and high schools."