Raiders' GM Mike Mayock has taken a much different media approach than NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock, generally preferring to sit in the background, but he's still wound up in the spotlight thanks to the Antonio Brown situation.
"Everyone asks us 'Hey, what's the next show going to look like?' We honestly have no idea until that week, or even days before it actually airs."
Ratings overall for the third episode of Hard Knocks are roughly flat from last year.
Hard Knocks' first episode with the Raiders pulled in the most same-night viewers since their 2010 Jets' series, while the second episode had the best numbers since their 2012 Dolphins' series.
A report has the selected teams as Washington State, Arizona State, Alabama and Penn State, but no contracts appear to be signed yet.
Hard Knocks will premiere Tuesday, Aug. 6. HBO has released a teaser trailer for it that suggests there will be plenty of focus on Jon Gruden, Antonio Brown, and Derek Carr.
This year's Hard Knocks will premiere on HBO Tuesday, August 6.
There's at least one place HBO cameras won't be allowed at Browns training camp.
Will the underdog story draw in more viewers later this year?
HBO will offer an up-close look at the Browns' attempt to rebound from an 0-16 season.
This makes the Browns an even better choice.
The moribund franchise is a no-brainer for HBO and the NFL this offseason.
Jason Licht would rather drive across the country with Skip Bayless in an awful car than deal with cutdown day.