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Cleveland Browns To Be Featured Team On 2018 Season of ‘Hard Knocks’

The Cleveland Browns were announced today to be this years featured team on HBO’s award winning mini-docu-series ‘Hard Knocks’ a show that chronicles all the weekly happenings inside of an NFL training camp.

Appearing on the show hasn’t been something that most NFL teams have embraced, often catching criticism from players, coaches, and front offices for being a distraction in the locker room. Here is the statement from Browns GM John Dorsey:

Following an 0-16 regular season last year and numerous off-season acquisitions including; Baker Mayfield (QB), Tyrod Taylor (QB), Jarvis Landry (WR), Carlos Hyde (RB), Nick Chubb (RB), and Denzel Ward (CB), among others.

This will be head coach Hue Jackson’s second appearance on the show, previously being a RB’s coach for the Bengals when they were the feature team in 2013.

Having not reached the playoffs since 2002, the Browns are looking to end the NFL’s longest active postseason drought.

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