ONN – Oakland Raiders On Hard Knocks Explains Richie Incognito Deal
This news on “Hard Knocks” is from the Oakland Raiders:
NFL Films and the Raiders team up for an unfiltered all-access look at what it takes to make it in the National Football League when HARD KNOCKS: TRAINING CAMP WITH THE OAKLAND RAIDERS kicks off its five-episode season this summer. Spotlighting this AFC West franchise that has an intriguing mix of established veterans, highly regarded rookie hopefuls and free-agent acquisitions under head coach Jon Gruden, the 14th edition of the 18-time Sports Emmy®Award-winning series debuts TUESDAY, AUG. 6 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT).
“If you’re a fan of football or great storytelling, HARD KNOCKS with the Oakland Raiders is going to be must-see television,” says Peter Nelson, executive vice president, HBO Sports.
The Raiders compete in the highly-competitive AFC West, where they maintain an intense rivalry with each of their opponents and have their sights set on ascending in the standings.
“Everybody wants to be a Raider. Now they’ll find out what it takes to become one,” said Raiders owner Mark Davis.
Now we see why the Oakland Raiders signed Richie Incognito: entertainment. On “Hard Knocks: Training Camp With The Oakland Raiders” Richie Incognito will be the star attraction. A noted racist in a team that’s trying to find its leaders and harmony on the way to Miami and the Super Bowl. Hopefully. Wow.
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