This week’s Cheer Spotlight shines on Titans Cheerleader Jamie Lynn. Jamie Lynn is a 3nd year veteran who moved to Nashville after graduating from the Medical College of Georgia. Jamie Lynn is a registered nurse who specializes in emergency care, with experience both in the ER and the ICU. Learn more about our life saver below!
What is your favorite place in Nashville?
This is a hard question, since there’s so much I love about Nashville! I’ve been really into rooftops lately. I feel like LA Jackson really opened the envelope, and now there are tons of fun roof top restaurants popping up! There’s nothing better than relaxing while looking out at a view of this city and of the lush green hills surrounding it. _
What is your favorite memory as a Titans Cheerleader?
The New Year’s Eve game last year is by far my favorite memory. My family was there, and it was such an awesome feeling looking into the stands seeing the excitement on their faces. There’s nothing like game day inside Nissan Stadium, and having them there for our last game was just a special memory.
What is your favorite quote?
"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” - Maya Angelou
Who is your favorite Titans player?
That's a tough one- we have some great guys to choose from this year. Delanie Walker loves to give back to the Nashville community, so I really admire that. He is also an awesome tight end and just an exciting player to watch on the field. I was so upset when it was announced that he would be out for the rest of the season due to an ankle injury, but I know he will be back and better than ever next year!
Do you have any strange phobias?
I do get a little scared from time to time of something strange popping out of a toilet bowl.
What is your spirit animal?
I always say Golden Retrievers. They like to explore their environment, are friendly, and are loyal to their friends and family. They're also natural blondies!
Why do you cheer?
When I discovered that the NFL requires their cheerleaders to have a full-time careers and have well rounded lives apart from cheering, I knew it was an organization that I could be a part of and really make an impact in the Nashville community. I missed the feeling of dancing and performing from when I was younger, and I’ve been so thankful to have it back in my life. My TTC family has been such a positive addition to my Nashville experience.
This week’s cheer spotlight shines on Titans Cheerleader Jamie Lynn, a third-year veteran who moved to Nashville after graduating from the Medical College of Georgia.