Whether NFL teams like it or not, it appears that the HBO/NFL Films joint venture documentary television series "Hard Knocks" is here to stay.
.The league will still ask for volunteers, but - wink wink - someone must volunteer."This is a tacit acknowledgment from the NFL that the show's range and power is an invaluable asset to professional football," NFL.com's Chris Wesseling argues, "regardless of any perceived invasion of privacy".No one ever described Bush as a bust, but no one would say he was a running back who had realized his potential.“You know the reason they're saying teams don't have a choice is because no one wants to do it," Bush said Thursday morning in an interview with WXYT-FM 97.
.1 in Detroit."Nobody wants cameras on them all the time.I think when we (Miami) did it, we just dealt with it".Bush's sentiment of the show is not shared by everyone.In the midst of this past training camp Detroit Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson welcomed the idea.Reggie Bush is so adorable to tell us the truth that no one wants to show on the HBO’s Hard Knocks show.So the league has to make that inhuman rule that every year at least one team should participate for the Hard knocks.
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