It is almost as if they are linked, joined together by their age, position and career arch. They are referred to as “the two young tackles’’ and at times it seems as if the fall or rise of Ereck Flowers and Bobby Hart is intertwined. “I mean, we’re both individuals,’’ Hart said. “We’re cool, but...
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