Jaime Edmondson in NFL Fashions for Women

Jaime Edmondson in NFL Jerseys

More than just a pretty face with a knockout body, former Miami Dolphins cheerleader Jaime Faith Edmondson has been a Fins fan since childhood. Put all those things together and she was the perfect candidate to model Victoria’s Secret’s new line of women’s NFL fashions for TSJ, as well as other licensed NFL wear for women from fansedge.com. The twelve teams represented Playboy magazine’s picks to make the playoffs and Super Bowl. While it’s not even remotely evident in these pics, Jaime had to endure some unpleasantries during the session. How could that be, you ask? We’ll let her explain.

TSJ: So wait. You’re saying there were problems on the set?
Jaime: Ummmm, nobody told me I’d have to wear Patriots and Jets gear! I had no idea the teams would be Playboy’s playoff picks. But after they told me, naturally I expected to see my teal and orange on the rack. No Dolphins? What’s up with that?

TSJ: Sorry about that, Jaime.
Jaime: No problem. I pride myself on my professionalism, so I didn’t let it affect my performance. And to all the guys out there whose favorite teams aren’t represented, don’t shoot the messenger. I didn’t make these picks! If I did, the Dolphins definitely would have been on the list.

TSJ: Issues aside, are you glad that there are finally proper fashions for the female football fan?
Jaime: I’m loving this trend for the ladies. Just because we have vaginas doesn’t mean we can’t be into sports. And just because we’re into sports doesn’t mean we don’t like to look cute. Sexy team apparel like this covers all the bases.

TSJ: Actually, it appears to cover very little. This sure beats seeing you in some ill-fitting jersey designed for a dude.
Jaime: A girl can still look hot in one of those, and there’s a time and place for everything. Like at home after the game with nothing on underneath.

Photos by Jared Ryder





Jaime Edmondson is January 2010’s Playmate of the Month, as well as a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader and reality TV contestant on The Amazing Race. See her TSJ reports as our Bunny House Insider here.