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    Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle



    And here's the proof...

    Torrey Smith No More Dreads.jpg
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    Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    kinda looks like 50 cent lol




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  4. Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    Wow!!

    Pretty impressive that he was willing to do that.

    Most guys with Dreds would just assume cut off another appendage rather then part ways with the hair.
    Will Die A Ravens Fan!!




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    Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    Wow, hey Torrey I hope it helps you fly faster. Burn up the league bro




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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    kinda looks like 50 cent lol
    I said same thing especially that middle picture.

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    Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    Not good. Damn it Torrey don't you know the story of Samson?




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    Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcfball View Post
    Not good. Damn it Torrey don't you know the story of Samson?
    This!
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    Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    Quote Originally Posted by The Fanatic View Post
    Wow!!

    Pretty impressive that he was willing to do that.

    Most guys with Dreds would just assume cut off another appendage rather then part ways with the hair.
    http://russellstreetreport.com/extre...smith-edition/

    According to Torrey, he was just "getting tired of them". My ass.

    Here's the relevant part of the article:

    "Thanks to posts from Smith’s fiancé Chanel Williams’ Instagram account, she was able to chronicle the new-look Torrey from start to finish.

    Ahh well....if momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. Hope she's worth it, Torrey




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    Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    It worked for Julio Jones so why not
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    Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    Definitely looks like 50 cent now.

    I predict one touchdown for each inch less of hair




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    Re: Torrey Smith's Offseason Goal: To be faster & more difficult to tackle

    Personally, I think he looks pretty good without the dreds. And, no more hair tackles, so...yeah!
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