Joe Hills, shown in action last year while playing for Jacksonville, set the Arena Football League record for consecutive games with a touchdown catch on Saturday in Baltimore.
Joe Hills, shown in action last year while playing for Jacksonville, set the Arena Football League record for consecutive games with a touchdown catch on Saturday in Baltimore. Bradenton Herald file photo
Joe Hills, shown in action last year while playing for Jacksonville, set the Arena Football League record for consecutive games with a touchdown catch on Saturday in Baltimore. Bradenton Herald file photo

Palmetto’s Joe Hills sets Arena Football League record

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