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  1. #349
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    Re: What happened to the Flacco passing camp?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
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    Re: What happened to the Flacco passing camp?

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Didn't you vote Hulk Hogan for president? Now that's a super fanboy
    I did.

    Twice.
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    Re: What happened to the Flacco passing camp?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    I did.

    Twice.
    I ran into him and his family in the Tampa airport. I think he was intimidated...
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  4. #352

    Re: What happened to the Flacco passing camp?

    Hopefully, this article now puts an end to this all-important offseason discussion:

    Joe Flacco Did, in Fact, Hold Off-Site Workouts With His Receivers

    The much talked about off-site, offseason throwing sessions between Joe Flacco and his receivers did, in fact, happen.

    Flacco and several of his receivers and tight ends met two times last week at a park across the street from the Under Armour Performance Center, wide receiver Willie Snead IV reported Wednesday as the Ravens veterans reported for training camp.

    They didnt publicize the meeting on social media, so there were questions as to whether it actually happened, as Flacco had promised at the end of minicamp......
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