Former N.F.L. Cheerleaders Offer to Settle for $1 and a Meeting With Goodell

The lawyer representing two former N.F.L. cheerleaders who recently filed discrimination claims against the league has made a settlement proposal: If her clients can have a four-hour, “good faith” meeting with Commissioner Roger Goodell and league lawyers, they will settle all claims for $1 each.

Five Sports Movies to See at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival

Galen Summer directs this short documentary that tells the 1978 story of a group of NFL cheerleaders who, after receiving approval from their respective teams, posed for Playboy magazine and ended up dealing with the repercussions that came once the magazine hit the stands. 

No Sweatpants in Public: Inside the Rule Books for N.F.L. Cheerleaders

Cheerleaders for the Carolina Panthers, known as the TopCats, must arrive at the stadium on game days at least five hours before kickoff. Body piercings and tattoos must be removed or covered. Water breaks can be taken only when the Panthers are on offense. TopCats must leave the stadium to change into their personal attire.