The Super Bowl is over so that must mean it’s time for … more football? The gay jocks of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta prepped for the upcoming season with a skills session last Saturday.
The league’s annual Play ‘N Greet actually stretched over two days – Feb. 25-26 – at Boulevard Crossing Park. The skills sessions provided a taste of what’s to come for rookies and warmed up returning veterans.
The league opens its season on March 24.
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