HBO's 'Hard Knocks' will feature Indianapolis Colts in first-ever in-season episodes

Later in the regular season, the Indianapolis Colts will make a debut on the HBO series "Hard Knocks".
This will be the first time the "Hard Knocks' franchise will follow a team during a regular season. "Hard Knocks," which has cameras that go behind the scenes with teams in past seasons, has only followed them during training camps.

Ross Ketover, a senior executive at NFL Films, stated that he couldn't be happier to bring "Hard Knocks" and the incredible behind-the scenes access it offers for the entire NFL season. We are able deliver a new, groundbreaking edition of the series thanks to HBO and the Colts' incredible cooperation.

NFL Films produced four seasons of "All or Nothing" for Amazon Prime Video. The series followed a team for the whole season. However, those episodes weren't available until the next summer.

The Colts' most intriguing story so far has been quarterback Carson Wentz, who is the No. The Colts' No. 2 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, who Indianapolis purchased from Philadelphia during offseason. After throwing 16 interceptions and being sacked 50 more times in 12 games, Wentz was dropped by the Eagles.

The Colts have a lot of unvaccinated players this season. Darius Leonard, Wentz and Ryan Kelly, both linebackers, were among the prominent players still not vaccinated as at two weeks ago.

"Hard Knocks," which debuted in 2001, was its first season. The Colts are featured in the first episode of "Hard Knocks", which will air on Nov. 17. Each episode will air the next Wednesday.

This report was contributed by The Associated Press.