The gay jocks of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta ran their new recruits through drills on Saturday as they warm up for the new season.
It's an annual thing – the Meet N Greet and the post event cocktails. The on-the-field action took place at Boulevard Crossing Park, just down the street from Cockpit, which hosted the after party.
The league kicked off its social schedule with a Super Bowl party last month and continues on Saturday with its Opening Party at Jungle. The season starts March 25.
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