The Colts will be the first team featured in a seasonal edition of HBO’s “Hard Knocks”, it was announced during the “Thursday Night Football” game between the Giants and Washington.
The look inside the Indianapolis season finale race will premiere on November 17 and will continue every week until the end of the season. This will be the first time the Colts have appeared on any issue of “Hard Knocks” since the show was aired in 2001.
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What is ‘Hard Knocks’?
“Hard Knocks” is a reality sports television documentary produced by HBO Sports and NFL Films. It began airing in 2001 with the Ravens and has followed NFL teams every year since 2007 (except 2011) after a hiatus from 2003-06.
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The series, narrated by Liev Schreiber, depicts the personal and professional lives of NFL players, coaches and staff. He also follows important stories, such as rookies or team officials, as he progresses through training camp and preparing for the season.
Who was on ‘Hard Knocks’ this year?
The Cowboys appeared on “Hard Knocks” for five episodes through the 2021 preseason.
Among the main stories was the journey of offensive lineman Isaac Alarcón, who is part of the NFL’s International Player Pathway program. He is signed by the team’s practice squad.
The series also showcased segments of player development, including this teachable moment between veteran wide receiver Amari Cooper and second-year wide receiver CeeDee Lamb.
The Cowboys final episode of “Hard Knocks” aired on September 8. In it, former outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware gave rookie linebacker Micah Parsons tips on how to play against Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.
Who was previously on ‘Hard Knocks’?
These are the NFL teams that previously appeared on “Hard Knocks”:
|Kansas City Chiefs||2007|
|New York Jets||2010|
|Los Angeles Rams||2016|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||2017|
|LA Rams, LA Chargers||2020|
|Indianapolis Colts||Fall 2021|
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