The NFL is such a huge business that recent reports of meager pay for cheerleaders have gained plenty of attention. Some of the women have decided to file class-action lawsuits against the teams they used to cheer for.

Cheerleaders who had suited up for the Raiders, Buccaneers, Bengals, Bills and Jets are among those who have taken this issue to court. There are actually two cases filed against the Raiders, and in one of them, the league is also a defendant.

HBO's Real Sports takes a closer look at why these suits are being filed in an episode that premieres Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT Tuesday. Here's a preview:

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