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Great video: Flying NFL cheerleaders

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JACKSONVILLE, FL - Cheerleaders for the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars usually perform on the sidelines, leaving the acrobatics to mascot Jaxson Deville.

But this week, the ladies went aerial as well.  They performed gravity-defying stunts on a zip line strung above the stadium.

The stunts were all choreographed and supervised by an aerial event company.

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