New York Jets Would Do ‘Hard Knocks’ All Over Again

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New York Jets Would Do 'Hard Knocks' All Over Again
The New York Jets are not afraid of giving away their secrets. In fact, they’d do Hard Knocks all over again.

The team was nearly unanimous in this sentiment, the New York Post reports.

“Absolutely!”
nose tackle Kris Jenkins said on Saturday. “We had a ball, and it was a
great thing to do. HBO did everything first class, and we can’t
complain. It was fun, and we’re all glad we did it.”

Baltimore Ravens coordinator Cam Cameron isn’t complaining either. He thinks that the Jets handed him a competitive edge.

“Yeah,
there was probably a lot revealed in that strategically, the way I
viewed it,” Cameron said. “At least what we were jotting
down. There was a lot of stuff in there strategically.”

Rex Ryan and the Jets, unsurprisingly, don’t care what Cameron says.

“What
are you going to learn from a TV show?” Ryan asked. “You guys
[in the media] saw it. What did you get out of it?”

What he thought was more important was putting his team in the spotlight.

“One thing we’ve always mentioned here is that we want every player in the National Football League to [want to] play for the Jets and every coach to want to coach for the Jets. Hard Knocks showed that.”

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New York Jets Would Do 'Hard Knocks' All Over Again

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