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Eagles cheerleaders elevate the game.

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The Philadelphia Eagles were granted African marketing rights in June. Gabriela Bren and Taylor Everette attended NFL Africa: The Touchdown. talent identification camp, fan event, and flag football workshop. This initiative helps overseas players, including 100 of African descent, reach the NFL.

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Gabriela and Taylor participated in a panel that allowed attendees to ask questions about the game.Gabriela and Taylor found thismoving.Young audience members were fascinated by NFL cheerleading. Gabriela is a trauma surgery critical care unit nurse, and Taylor is a paediatric physical therapist-in-training.Both women's professional careers inspired and shocked many.

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Gabriela: "We met young women in Ghana." We taught them what it means to be an NFL cheerleader, what Taylor and I do outside of cheerleading, and to believe in yourself and strive for your goals. Eagles VP of Media and Marketing Jen Kavanagh said Gabriela Bren and Taylor Everette helped engage fans in Ghana. As brand ambassadors, they spread the Eagles' energy and passion. Ghana and Africa will love the Eagles.

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Gabriela and Taylor talked with kids at Flag Football Fest. Once celebrations began, a dancing circle showcased numerous dance styles. Gabriela and Taylor watched cadets practising for Ghana's Independence Day. "It was rewarding since they're all volunteers who love their nation."

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Young men and women played flag football against NFL players Uchenna Nwosu (Nigeria), Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (Nigeria), Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (Ghana), and Kwity Paye (Liberia), as well as NFL legends Mathias Kiwanuka (Uganda), Roman Oben (Cameroon), and Osi Umen (Nigeria). Flag Football Fest is energetic and talented. All the kids grew and were talented. Everyone smiled during a new football drill. Taylor clarified that NFL players inspired them to reach new heights.

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Gabriela, "We were amazed by how talented the flag football players were." Having African NFL players with them gave them pride. Seeing someone from your native nation succeed gives players and participants a closer connection to the initiative. " This is just the start of a great plan for the Eagles and NFL to spread football around the world. Both women instantly loved Ghana.

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Gabriela stated, "From the minute we landed, the Ghanaians were incredibly kind." We were greeted everywhere with smiles and friendliness.I'm appreciative of every opportunity I've had as an Eagles cheerleader and love sharing my passion with the NFL's best fans, whether in Philadelphia or around the world. " Everywhere I've travelled, I've encountered Eagles fans whose passion is unrivalled. I'm delighted to represent young women in our community and show them that hard work pays off.

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Gabriela stated, "From the minute we landed, the Ghanaians were incredibly kind." We were greeted everywhere with smiles and friendliness.I'm appreciative of every opportunity I've had as an Eagles cheerleader and love sharing my passion with the NFL's best fans, whether in Philadelphia or around the world. " Everywhere I've travelled, I've encountered Eagles fans whose passion is unrivalled. I'm delighted to represent young women in our community and show them that hard work pays off.

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Taylor: "The Philadelphia Eagles' trip to Ghana was a once-in-a-lifetime experience." I will be forever grateful for this chance, which marked the NFL's first official event in Africa through its International Home Marketing Areas effort. Seeing Eagles jerseys around the country and talking to fans about Eagles memories and the upcoming season was motivating. As global brand ambassadors, we brought Philadelphia Eagles excitement to Africa. "