Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Salary: Apparently, the Dallas Cowboys and Erica Wilkins, a former cheerleader, have resolved a pay dispute about how much money is paid to women athletes on the iconic cheerleading squad.
In October, the proceedings, which began nearly two years ago and focused on Wilkins’ claims that she often made less than the minimum wage as a cheerleader, were set for arbitration.
But experts have found that the case of Wilkins is just the latest example of women who earn less than women’s players.”A franchise which appears not to value its wives when you look on this big picture,” Michelle Simpson Tuegel, an attorney at Dallas, said.
Since the Wilkins dispute, they have been claiming that the Cowboys have raised their cheerleader pay from $8 an hour to $12 and that their game day pay is up from $200, up to $400, doubling. This summer, the Dallas Cowboys reclaimed the title as the world’s most valuable sports team worth an estimated $5 billion.