The New York Jets would consider another appearance on “Hard Knocks,” the Home Box Office Inc. show that documents National Football League training camps, owner Woody Johnson said, according to ESPN.
The Jets in 2010 were featured on the series, which was canceled by HBO last season because of the NFL’s four-month lockout and shortened offseason. Johnson, speaking with reporters yesterday at a promotional appearance in New York, said the Jets have had informal talks with HBO and “will take a look at it” if they receive an official invitation, ESPN said.
The Jets this offseason added quarterback Tim Tebow to a team that finished last year 8-8 and missed the playoffs as they were beset by locker-room controversy, including verbal altercations between starting quarterback Mark Sanchez and receiver Santonio Holmes.
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