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Football fans looking to score some quality time with America’s most famous cheer squad have had their wishes granted.
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For just $6,999 (down from $16,000), you and a guest can tag along to an exclusive, behind-the-scenes Cowboys Cheerleaders photo shoot getaway to beautiful Riviera Maya, Mexico from April 7-10.
Included in the trip, according to Livingsocial.com, is round-trip transportation from DFW for you and a guest, as well as the following:
Three-night stay at all-inclusive five-star resort
Chance to watch the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Swimsuit Fashion Show
Meet-and-greet with Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
Group dinner with staff and guests
Photo via Facebook/Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team
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Witten was slated to earn $5.5 million in 2013 but the Cowboys converted $4.56 of that into a bonus. The Cowboys already have Witten locked up until the 2017 season at which time he will be 35.
Corner Brandon Carr also had his contract restructured...
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We don’t have all of...
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Besides Ware and Witten, Rapoport lists...