Paris Jackson NFL offer? Yep, but no it's not to suit up and play quarterback! Michael Jackson's teenage daughter is growing up just like her father - in the public eye. No matter what Jackson does, the media will be there to cover it.
The Huffington Post (via OK! Magazine) reports that the cheer director for the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles has expressed an interest in Paris and believes she'd be a great addition to their squad in a few years.
"We think Paris will make a great Eagle cheerleader!" the team's cheer director Barbara Zaun told TMZ. "We thought that she had a lot of poise, confidence, and enthusiasm in her cheer performance. Paris has that 'wow factor' that makes a great cheerleader."
Doesn't that seem a bit odd that an NFL team would be looking at someone so young to cheer for their team? Well, times have changed. We do see kids being recruited for college and pro sports as early as 12 years old nowadays.
Of course being MJ's daughter would bring the Eagles a lot of publicity, which can be a good or bad thing depending on how the media spins it.
Either way, if Paris does decide to give the Eagles a try out, she will have to wait until she graduates. You must be at least 18 years old and hold a high school diploma to cheer for the team.