Cleveland is the 13th franchise to participate in "Hard Knocks", which began in 2001 with the Baltimore Ravens. "We're excited about what we're building within our organization and feel good about the progress we've made this offseason". That was evident from the moment he was hired last December, remained the case throughout the pre-draft process when no one outside the organization knew that Baker Mayfield was the target with the No. 1 pick, and was reiterated earlier this month when Dorsey spoke about the possibility of the Browns being on HBO's "Hard Knocks" later this summer. "This will be a great opportunity for our team".
Now that the Browns are the chosen subject, Dorsey has changed his tune. Each week, a new episode will be released following the previous week from Browns camp. But after talking about it as an organization, he feels much better about the situation. "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". Last season, HBO's cameras followed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who went on to post a disappointing 5-11 record, good enough for last place in the NFC South. They brought in some established veterans on offense with quarterback Tyrod Taylor, wide receiver Jarvis Landry, and running back Carlos Hyde, and also completely overhauled their secondary.More news: Dog saves canine friend from nearly drowning in Arizona swimming pool
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The Browns are one of the more interesting teams in the league.
Success! An email has been sent with a link to confirm list signup. New York's Daily News termed it "the gold standard of sports reality programming", while espnW wrote, "The return of the National Football League season also means the return of one of the best shows on television, HARD KNOCKS".