Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Cheerleaders

Cheerleaders

The Bucs created an official cheerleading squad in their first season, called the "Swash-Buc-Lers." In 1999, they were renamed as the "Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders."

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