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Denver Broncos cheerleaders get ready for auditions, Pro Bowl: A photo gallery

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New Denver Broncos coach John Fox and his staff aren't the only ones getting ready for next season. So, too, are the Broncos cheerleaders. The squad recently posted information about its upcoming April 3 auditions on its Facebook page, along with a slew of new photos that give hopefuls a look at their competitors. Page down to check out a selection of them below -- including shots of Serita Archuleta, chosen by her mates to represent the Broncos at this weekend's Pro Bowl.

Christina Occupation: Paralegal (United States Department of Justice) Hometown: Denver, CO Years as DBC: 3

Amanda Occupation: Sporting Events Coord. Hometown: Lakewood, CO Years as DBC: 3

Becky Occupation: Athletic Director Hometown: Boulder, CO Years as DBC: 1

Heather Occupation: Special Education Teacher Hometown: Englewood, CO Years as DBC: 1

Jenna Hometown: Lake Zurich, IL Years as DBC: 1

Kimberly Occupation: Personal Trainer Hometown: Newark, CA Years as DBC: 3

Kristin Occupation: Mechanical Engineering Student (University of Colorado, Boulder) Hometown: Littleton, CO Years as DBC: 1

Margaret Occupation: Dance Instructor Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO Years as DBC: 1

Megan Occupation: Integrative Physiology Student (University of Colorado, Boulder) Hometown: Vail, CO Years as DBC: 1

Michelle Occupation: Student studying Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting (University of Colorado, Boulder) Hometown: Westminster, CO Years as DBC: 1

Nikki Occupation: School Teacher Hometown: Whittler, CA Years as DBC: 1

Lelanna Occupation: Tax Resolution Specialist Hometown: Thornton, CO Years as DBC: 1

More from our Things to Do archive: "Denver Broncos Cheerleader Calendar 2011: See a sneak preview of the photos here."

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