So, according to a recent Salon article, (former) members of the Raiderettes are suing the Oakland Raiders for what they allege are extreme instances of wage fraud: being forced to work extended hours for ridiculously low pay. The suit alleges that Raiderettes are paid $125 per game day, and are not paid for charity appearances and other events. Nor are they compensated for their out-of-pocket expenses. Moreover, they're only paid once per season, at the end, rather than every two weeks. Given the huge amounts of money that the NFL is making, and given the prominence of cheerleaders on game day, I would certainly think the NFL would want to treat them better. I certainly hope that's especially true of the cheerleaders working in Foxboro. But is there any way to be sure of this? Anybody know what the Patriots are paying their squad?