MIAMI — Miami Dolphins cheerleader Chloe Karras posted a heartfelt message to the team’s fan base on Wednesday, thanking the fans for their support during the team lockout.
Karras joined a growing chorus of Miami-area cheerleaders who posted messages on Twitter on Tuesday in support of the players’ lockout effort.
Karrass’ post on Twitter was the first to mention the team by name, saying the team was looking forward to welcoming back its cheerleaders and their families.
She thanked the fans and the Dolphins for their understanding and support, and added that the team is taking care of all its players during the lockout.
The Dolphins also said it will host a game in Miami on Nov. 5 against the Minnesota Vikings.
Fans have been sending Karrass and others messages via Twitter, asking them to be available for autographs.
They also encouraged her to come back to the Miami area.
In a video of her video announcing the tweet, Karrasses can be seen hugging her teammates as she walks past them.
“I’m so grateful for everyone, I just want to thank everyone for their kind words and support,” Karrases said in the video.
“I don’t think there’s a better place to cheer.
I think Miami is a place that has been kind to me and I know that they’ll be so nice to me again.”
Karrases was the Dolphins’ first cheerleader to join the team in 2009.
She has appeared in the team uniforms and the team logo.
She previously appeared in Dolphins training camp.