Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 4/23/12

Like father, like daughter. Alex Flutie may no longer be a New England Patriots cheerleader, but that doesn’t mean she was ready to call it a cheerleader career and hang up the pom poms. Alexa, who happens to be Doug Flutie’s daughter, has moved on to warmer weather and joined the Chargers 2012 squad in San Diego.

According to the Chargers website, Flutie has made the first of two San Diego cheerleading squads and is one of 13 first-time Charger girls joining 15 returning veterans. To our knowledge, the Chargers did not make her pass an IQ test to become a member of their squad unlike that other team she used to cheer for.

Coincidentally, Alexa and Doug have now both been a part of the Patriots and Chargers organizations. Could the Buffalo Bills be the next stop on her tour? We’ll just have to wait and see. Here are some more photos from the Charger Girls 2012 tryouts, courtesy of Fox 5 in San Diego:


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