Browns to be featured on 'Hard Knocks'
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Want to get an inside look at the worst team in football last season? You're in luck.

The Cleveland Browns, fresh off the second 0-16 season in NFL history, will be featured on the 2018 edition of "Hard Knocks," HBO's inside look at an NFL training camp.

The franchise has just one win in its last 35 games, but the spotlight will shine on the Browns after they used the first pick in April's draft on entertaining and polarizing quarterback Baker Mayfield.

The Browns and new general manager John Dorsey chose Mayfield out of a group of college QBs that included Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen, and Lamar Jackson. Mayfield's impending training camp battle with Tyrod Taylor for the starting job was made for TV.

Cleveland also added Jarvis Landry and Carlos Hyde via free agency, which should boost the team's appeal.

Hoping to "reawaken a sleeping giant," Dorsey's reconstruction of the franchise will play out for all to see. However, he has previously said "nothing good" comes of being featured on "Hard Knocks."

Since the inception of the series in 2001, teams have posted a combined record of 73-101 the year they were featured on the show and only five went on to make the playoffs.

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