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Houston Texans will be featured on Hard Knocks in 2015, per report

Will you be watching?

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According to a report from Tania Ganguli of ESPN, the Houston Texans will be featured on HBO's Hard Knocks this summer. The 10th season of this program will debut in August.

Here's how the good people over at Battle Red Blog are reacting to the news:

"The Texans should have a plethora of characters and storylines to follow throughout training camp and the preseason later this summer, including but not limited to J.J. Watt annihilating absolutely everyone that dares face him. When you throw in Arian Foster's philosophical assertions, Jadeveon Clowney's rehab, Brian Cushing's lunacy, and Bill O'Brien's colorful vocabulary on the practice field, we could be in for one hell of a season. If this show is not appointment viewing for football fans everywhere, I don't know what is."

As far as I'm concerned, the Texans are a decent choice. They can't be as boring as last year's pick: the Atlanta Falcons.

There are a few former Eagles players on Houston's roster: running back Chris Polk and wide receiver Damaris Johnson. The Eagles obviously have a number of former Texans players on their own roster: DeMeco Ryans, Donnie Jones, Jeff Maehl, Andrew Gardner, Connor Barwin, and Bryan Braman.

So will you be watching Hard Knocks this year? Vote in the poll below.

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