Playboy’s Miss January 2010 Jaime Faith Edmondson has seen and done it all. A good Southern girl, and the oldest in a family of nine, auburn-haired Jaime grew up in Georgia and southern Florida, where she started modeling in her teens. She earned a degree in criminology from Florida Atlantic University and worked the night shift as a police officer in Boca Raton. But modeling was Jaime’s true calling, and she quit the force when she was offered a job as a cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins. She was with the team for six years and was named an NFL Pro Bowl cheerleader in 2007.
After her stint with the Dolphins, Jaime went on to become a reality TV star. She was a contestant on two seasons of The Amazing Race and placed second on the highest-ranking female team in the show’s history. We approached Jaime for a Playmate test shoot, and the rest is history. These days Jaime is taking it as it comes. You can follow her adventures in NFL football on the Play-by-Playmate blog.
In her downtime Jaime volunteers at a non-profit dog shelter. At home she plays with her dog—a miniature dachshund named Molly—and cuddles up for Bond movies with her boyfriend, Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria.
Jaime revealed to Playboy that she’s turned on by “big trucks, big men, and guys who are athletic, tattooed, and who can fix anything!” Her turnoffs include “men who wear bedazzled clothing, men who are easily offended, and especially men who are intimidated by me.”