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Browns will be on HBO's 'Hard Knocks' this summer

Browns will be on HBO's 'Hard Knocks' this summer

Because the Broncos have not made the playoffs over the last two years and they do not have a new head coach, the team was eligible to be forced to be featured on "Hard Knocks" this summer, a show that follows an National Football League team through training camp.

The Browns were one of six finalists for the documentary this year.

"I don't think there's anything good that comes out of Hard Knocks, but we'll see", he told ESPN Cleveland 850 on May 2.

Beyond the presence of Mayfield, the brash Heisman Trophy victor, the Browns should provide a fair dose of intriguing storylines, from coach Hue Jackson, who is 1-31 in two seasons in Cleveland, to the additions of quarterback Tyrod Taylor and wide receiver Jarvis Landry. In 2013, Jackson was an assistant coach with the Bengals when they were featured.

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Other hour-long episodes of the first sports-based reality series - and one of the fastest-turnaround programs on TV - debut subsequent Tuesdays at the same time, with encore plays Wednesday nights, culminating in the September 4 season finale. But after talking about it as an organization, he feels much better about the situation. "This will be a great opportunity for our team". "Being a part of HARD KNOCKS will give our fans the opportunity to see how passionate the people in our building are about winning and how excited we are about getting to work and preparing for the 2018 season". Williams appeared on the program in 2017 during his time with the Los Angeles Rams.

"Hard Knocks" began in 2001 with the Baltimore Ravens.

HBO's decision to pick Cleveland is no surprise, since the team finished 0-16 last season but has revamped its roster. The program's film crew is set to descend on the team's training camp this summer, with plans to shoot thousands of hours worth of behind-the-scenes footage.