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ala facebook

 

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DE Greg Hardy will promote his signature sub sandwich and sign autographs at the Harris Teeter on 6701 Morrison Blvd in Charlotte tomorrow from 1:00 - 2:00 PM!

 

 

 

The Kracken: grilled chicken breast and bacon with swiss and cheddar cheese topped with lettuce, tomato, pickles, spicy mustard, oregano on a cheese sub roll.

 

 

 

I just found my new lucky gameday meal

 

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Sounds gross

Should be seafood salad served on a fist

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Franchise tag next year.

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Anyone going to the game next week, buy them all out and throw them at Tom Brady on the sidelines.

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If you were a beast what would your sammich be?

The SCP would be a foot long chicken phily with some melty cheese, bacon, grilled onions and peppers, and some damn spicy mustard.

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Sourdough roll, Turkey, ham, salami, pastrami, extra sharp cheddar, mustard, peppercinis, lettuce, onion.

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If you were a beast what would your sammich be?

The SCP would be a foot long chicken phily with some melty cheese, bacon, grilled onions and peppers, and some damn spicy mustard.

I'd be a Shepards Pie sandwich

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