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fieryprophet

Offensive Line Goes Camping

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Who's on the bottom right? 

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Keek looks like he's gained 50lbs of muscle.

 

Damn. You noticed that too? I was like, "That fuger is bigger than I thought!"

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I think I see a bear running away in the background.

That was actually a cowering Sasquatch

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Keek looks like he's gained 50lbs of muscle.

Exactly what I was thinking. Looks much bigger.

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I saw this on Silatolu's Instagram earlier this week. Bell in the overalls is lol worthy.

Didn't know Luke was there though, glad to see he's bonding with the guys.

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Gross and Kalil are great for this team. Kalil sets this up and Gross does the podcast.  This is so odd cause even though OL is the tight group they let Broeckel and Kuechly come.  Very good camaraderie that doesnt get enough pub. 

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Who's on the bottom right? 

 

I think that's Jason Williams

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Gross and Kalil are great for this team. Kalil sets this up and Gross does the podcast.  This is so odd cause even though OL is the tight group they let Broeckel and Kuechly come.  Very good camaraderie that doesnt get enough pub. 

 

 

In a recent interview on panthers.com keek said that he was good friends with either Gross or Kalil ---can't remember which one 

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I legit laughed out loud when Gross was talking about the cooks 

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