June 23, 2024

The fact that your NFL club isn’t participating in the postseason for the sixteenth consecutive season isn’t the one indicator that will unquestionably demonstrate that your team is struggling.

It’s because the franchise is eligible for the reality TV show “Hard Knocks” on HBO.

And with all the drama this team has had over the last seven years, I have to assume the producers are leaning towards the Broncos.

One of three teams—the Broncos, the Saints, or the Bears—will probably receive the nod unless another team volunteers to be the focus of the intrusive reality TV programme that follows one NFL organisation through training camp and the preseason.

Teams who have not qualified for the playoffs in the previous two seasons, teams without first-year head coaches, and teams that have not participated on the show in the previous ten seasons are among the requirements to be taken into consideration.

The Broncos are no longer in the clear because they have repeatedly avoided eligibility due to a new head coach.

Additionally, at least one member of the Denver media speculates that head coach Sean Payton would “secretly” wish to appear on Hard Knocks.

The fact that head coach Sean Payton doesn’t seem to be completely opposed to the concept, though, is more intriguing.

Although Payton appears the least likely head coach to tolerate HBO cameras in the locker room—he almost shut down media access on his first day in Denver—he did recently acknowledge that there might be a benefit.

It’s part of the agreement, I believe, and I am aware of it. Regarding the widespread belief that he is somewhat of an antiquated jerk, Payton remarked, “I get it.” Payton stated last month, “It’s the only thing that occasionally makes me want to do ‘Hard Knocks.'” Shoot, if you’re not adaptable, humorous, inventive, or all of those things, you don’t do this (for) this long. I believe that I embody each of those qualities.

“Hard Knocks” isn’t my thing, partly because I detest

I would detest to watch that, even though it makes perfect sense for HBO to highlight the Broncos (Wilson = more drama, more clicks, after all).

Wilson is one of the NFL’s most maligned players (usually unjustly), and if he returns to Denver in 2024, the stories from Hard Knocks will be unbearable and will only worsen the situation for Wilson, the locker room, the 2024 season, and most importantly, Broncos Country.

However, I would welcome an inside look if Wilson is playing for another club and the Broncos have a veteran or a young rookie quarterback filling in for him.

The Broncos must make tough choices regarding their own free agents since they are $30 million over the 2024 salary cap.

This year’s Senior Bowl will be coached by offensive quality control coaches Logan Kilgore and Zack Grossi, while quarterback coach Davis Webb will serve as the head coach for the East-West Shrine Bowl.

The idea of Buffalo’s title window came up again after the Bills lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the playoffs on Sunday for the third time, but Josh Allen believes it is unimportant. “I think that what’s happening here and the people that are

NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero revealed on Monday night that the Titans intend to appoint Brian Callahan, the offensive coordinator for the Bengals, as their head coach.

Imaging on 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel revealed no fracture to his broken shoulder, but San Francisco won’t know for sure if the wideout will be available for Sunday’s NFC Championship Game until at least Wednesday.

According to sources, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero revealed on Monday that the Chicago Bears are nearing an agreement to bring Shane Waldron on board as their new offensive coordinator.

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