Monday the Buccaneers said “no” to being the team to be represented this summer on HBO’s annual football training camp show – “Hard Knocks.” So James Walker of ESPN threw out the idea that maybe one of the AFC North teams would step in and take their place.
How about the Browns, a team that is coming off a tough season, but could be an interesting story for the show. Here’s what Walker says about the Browns chances of being on the show.
The Cleveland Browns may be an interesting story. Former Browns coach Eric Mangini said he would never do it, but the new regime of president Mike Holmgren, general manager Tom Heckert and rookie coach Pat Shurmur may be more forthcoming. But the Browns don’t have a lot of star power and HBO already did the “struggling Ohio football team” story two years ago in Cincinnati. So there’s probably not much interest in Cleveland.
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