Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey doesn’t want a Hard Knocks franchise, stating that there are “thirty-one other teams” with “compelling stories to tell.”
Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey has no interest in seeing an NFC North franchise on HBO’s strong blows.
Matt Eberflus qualifies for NFL behind-the-scenes documentaries, which is naturally a franchise of great interest due to the Bears’ massive popularity and the emergence of their starting quarterback, Justin Fields.
McCaskey, though, isn’t interested in seeing his franchise on the show.
“We feel there are a number of bands who have compelling stories to tell on ‘Hard Knocks’,” he said. the athlete.
When asked if bears were in the above equation, McCaskey replied, “Thirty-one more.”
Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey has no interest in seeing the team into the Hard Knocks
Chicago is one of the four NFL teams eligible to participate in the show; New Orleans, New York Jets and Washington Chiefs are the other three who can appear.
No franchise can be denied if selected by the league for the program.
Teams with a first-year head coach, who made the playoffs in the previous two seasons or appeared in Hard Knocks in the past decade are exempt.
Among this year’s teams, the New York Jets seem like the obvious choice given their vastly talented roster and the imminent arrival of four major league players, Aaron Rodgers.
Chicago, though, will be an interesting watch for the aforementioned factors, along with the addition of superstar DJ Moore into the mix along with a host of draft picks.
The Bears received Moore, the No. 9 pick, a second-round pick, first pick of the 2024 and second round picks of 2025.
Last season, the Arizona Cardinals were part of a special edition season, while Detroit were in their regular training camp iteration.
Chicago star DJ Moore added wide wide and a group of picks after trading the first pick to CAR
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