5 Lions to watch on ‘Hard Knocks’ in 2022 – NBC 7 San Diego
The Detroit Lions will be roaring on your television screen very soon.
The The lions have been chosen This year’s focus will be on the “Hard Knocks” reality documentary series, which picks up an NFL franchise and provides insight into their training camp life and off-field scenarios.
With the first episode airing Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET, let’s take a look at five Lions who should be producing the best content:
Dan Campbell, Head Coach
We wouldn’t start with anyone else. After signing a six-year contract in 2021, head coach Dan Campbell quickly made the rounds on the internet after saying the Lions “bite a patellaopponents, among many other notable press conferences since. But beyond those unique sound clipsWatching Campbell’s intensity on the practice field will be equally entertaining as he hopes to lead Detroit to greater success in 2022.
Jamaal Williams, running back
If you want to see the passion, Jamaal Williams is your man. The 27-year-old running back is in the final year of a two-year deal, but if that talk is anything to go by, he’s someone Detroit may want to keep for longer after initially having him. brought back from division rivals Green Bay Packers.
Aidan Hutchinson, defensive end
The No. 2 overall pick this year makes an addition, which isn’t exactly surprising considering fans will want to see what he looks like before he officially makes his highly anticipated debut on the pitch. But when it comes to singing Michael Jackson songs, Hutchinson seems to have more clips in store. The real question, though – will he sing an Eminem song?
Duce Staley, assistant head coach; Aaron Glenn, defensive coordinator
We’re going to cheat the five member part here because these two coaches go hand in hand. Campbell will dominate the headlines as a head coach with his personality, but assistant head coach/running backs coach Duce Staley and defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn have locked in the trash-talking persona that will make for good entertainment . This short clip showcasing the first episode features Staley and Glenn getting into it due to their highly competitive nature.
Jared Goff, quarterback
Although he said he don’t intend to stay up to watch the first episode, Jared Goff is no stranger to things that happen on the show. He appeared in the 2016 and 2020 versions when the Los Angeles Rams were front and center, but now that he’s entering his second year with Detroit, let’s see if he still has some of that Hollywood magic in him. And I hope this time he knows which one direction the sun rises.