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Photos: Meet Broncos' Candace Wilson, named NFL's fourth hottest cheerleader

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The Denver Broncos aren't only excelling on the field. They're also making their mark in the cheerleader hotness competition.

Earlier this season, Rant Sports featured 25 of the hottest cheerleaders in the NFL, and Candace Wilson finished fourth -- meaning she'd definitely make the playoffs.

To see why, check out the following gallery, showcasing shots from Wilson's Twitter feed and video featurette, plus info from her Broncos profile.

Continue for photos and more featuring Broncos cheerleader Candace Wilson. Continue for photos and more featuring Broncos cheerleader Candace Wilson. Continue for photos and more featuring Broncos cheerleader Candace Wilson. Continue for photos and more featuring Broncos cheerleader Candace Wilson. From the Broncos profile page:

What is the best thing about being a Broncos Cheerleader? The best thing about being a DBC is the friendships I've made over the past five years. My family lives in Ohio, so my teammates have really become my second family. They always know how to make me laugh.

What is your most memorable experience? In 2010, I had the opportunity to travel with a few of my teammates to seven countries on the Armed Forces Entertainment tour to various bases. My favorite memory is visiting soldiers at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and the Wounded Warriors Project in Germany. It was rewarding to thank our soldiers for what they do and bring smiles to their faces. A close second would be building a house with my teammates for Habitat for Humanity. Not only can we dance, but we can hang drywall, place insulation, and do roofing!

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