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Eco-Sexy Eagles Cheerleaders Calendar To Benefit Oil Spill Cleanup

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The NFL’s greenest cheerleaders are back for the third year in a row with their 2010-2011 “Saving the Oceans” calendar.

Putting an activist spin on their collection of swimsuit poses, the Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders will donate 10 percent of sales of the calendar to the Gulf Restoration Network, to help with cleanup Gulf spill. Like previous years, all of the bikinis and accessories featured have some kind of sustainable element to them; like Eco Panda bikinis made from recycled nylon fishing nets as well as jewelry made completely of recycled glass bottles by designer Kathleen Plate of Smart Glass.

The full calendar will be released this coming Thursday — but for now, here are some promo shots to get you “interested”.

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