What To Watch Alongside Season 14 Of ‘Hard Knocks’ | Celebrity Page

Sports fans have been rejoicing since the NBA, MLB and NHL returned. But let's be honest, the NFL is the king of them all. And tonight we get our first look at football in months.


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it was just a few years ago that our nation's second largest city had zero pro football. Now they have 2 teams!! Starting tonight, HBO is taking us inside the training camps of both the L.A. Chargers and L.A. Rams.

In their annual docu-series, Hard Knocks, HBO gets unprecedented access to players and coaches as they prepare for the new season. But this year, we don't even know if there will be a season! As Covid causes some college football conferences to postpone their seasons, it remains to be seen if the NFL can keep their players healthy enough to play games.

As you enjoy tonight's debut on Hard Knocks, our friends at Ranker.com have also put together suggestions for other shows, football fans might enjoy watching. Check out their brand new segment at the top of this page.

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