Found April 27, 2012 on
Nothing gets NFL Draft viewers fired up quite like a hot girlfriend or wife of one of these players who are drafted in the first round. However, something happened last night and it’s called Cheryl Kalil. That would be Matt & Ryan Kalil’s mother. She’s a model (yes, still modeling). She has two NFL offensive lineman sons and a smokebomb daughter, Danielle.
It’s pretty much the Mannings of the offensive line with a hot mom.
Hate to beg, Cheryl, but it might be time to revive the Twitter account (@CDK6775). You’re a superstar now and should cash in on this fame before the draft buzz dies down. Our advice: change the Twitter account handle to @KalilMom. Telling you, that modeling career will go bonkers with just a little marketing sweat.
According to her Explore Modeling profile:
As for Danielle Kalil, she obviously put on a show, too. She does some modeling and actually has a singing career. There’s also a country singing career. The obvious play here is for Lifetime or that stupid Oprah channel to swoop in and snag these two for a father-daughter reality show. Hell yes we’d watch. Like every DVR we could get our hands on.
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