Playboy: How did you get into cheerleading?Kayla: I cheered in middle school and high school partly because I liked the dancing and partly because I just liked to watch football. Buccaneers cheerleaders only have to be 18, so after high school I went straight to the big league.Playboy: What kind of women become NFL cheerleaders?Kayla: Everyone on the squad is either a student, like me, or a career woman. We have had an attorney, a dentist, a teacher and a speech pathologist.Playboy: Ever have ego clashes?Kayla: Our team is not catty -- which is hard to find when you are dealing with more than 30 women who spend so much time together. We get along; we're like an NFL sorority.Playboy: Do you have a favorite moment?Kayla: When we won the Super Bowl in my first season. We spent six days in San Diego practicing what we'd do if we won. Then when we did, we were like, "What are we supposed to do again?"Playboy: What did you do?Kayla: We jumped up and down, we hugged, then we rushed onto the field and danced onstage with Jon Bon Jovi. It was surreal. He's an oldie, but he still kicks it.