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You Know it's coming (not really): Hard Knocks

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The famous (or infamous) show is coming to a team near you.  Seriously, don't be surprised if it comes to Charlotte within the next three years.

 

A source in the room told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport the league passed a rule Tuesday during the NFL Fall Meeting that will compel one team per year to participate in the HBO/NFL Films joint venture, "Hard Knocks."

The league still will ask for volunteers. If one is not forthcoming, a team will be appointed. All organizations will be eligible with the exception of those that have a first-year head coach; teams that have made the playoffs in at least one of the last two seasons; and teams that have participated in the previous 10 seasons

 

 

I'm thinking that we won't be eligible next year...

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Might as well highlight the most exciting time for Panther fans...training camp.

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Might as well highlight the most exciting time for Panther fans...training camp.

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Fun thing for me is if the Panthers hire the head coach I want (Zimmer) then Hard Knocks would be a real possibility. He's already done it twice with the Bengals.

(not a plug for Zimmer; just an observation)

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I don't think it's right

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Finally we would have officially hit rock bottom.

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