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NFL training camps open in like 10-12 days so bear with players as they fill time over those days by not getting arrested for beating their girlfriends. Saints RB Mark Ingram is passing the time by uploading photos of lizards banging. Not kidding, this is what he uploaded to Twitter this afternoon. Maybe he’s just working on his photography skills.
Whatever the case, this lizard is definitely droppin’ some batter, according to the second-year RB.
Look at these lizards gettin it!!!
C’mon, brah, you’re totally ruining your boy’s moment. Of course he’s titling his head trying to figure out when to pull out and take this scrog session to a different wall.
Total cockblock from Ingram.
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