NFL owners greenlight major alterations to Hard Knocks: Up to five teams may be showcased annually

Hard Knocks” Gets a Makeover: Four Teams in One Division and New Eligibility Criteria for 2024

The NFL’s popular show “Hard Knocks” is set to return in 2024 with some new changes. According to CBS Sports lead NFL insider Jonathan Jones, the in-season version of the show will now feature four teams within one division. This decision aims to minimize disruption for individual teams during the regular season and ensure no team gains a competitive advantage.

The league’s owners have approved several new rules for the show, including eligibility criteria for teams participating in the preseason and in-season versions. New rules have been implemented that allow exemptions for teams with first-year head coaches, teams participating in the upcoming in-season show, and teams that have appeared on “Hard Knocks” within the past eight years. These changes promise to make the show more exciting with a wider range of teams eligible for both versions.

Under the previous rules, teams that had made the playoffs in the past two seasons or appeared on “Hard Knocks” within the past 10 years could decline participation. However, these rules have been revised to increase the pool of eligible teams. The NFL has not disclosed the lineup for the 2024 season yet, but it is likely that an entire division will be featured in both versions of “Hard Knocks.”

The preseason version of “Hard Knocks” will continue to feature one team, providing fans with an up-close look at training camp and behind-the-scenes action. The addition of an entire division for the in-season show is expected to bring new dynamics to “Hard Knocks,” making it even more exciting for both fans and viewers.

In conclusion, “Hard Knocks” is set to return in 2024 with some new changes aimed at increasing its appeal and excitement levels. With four teams featuring within one division, a wider range of eligible teams and a mix of preseason and in-season shows, this promises to be a season not to be missed by NFL fans.

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