The second installment of "Hard Knocks" aired Tuesday night and receiver Antonio Brown was a featured performer. Her sick feet played such a huge part in the show that they got their own story.
There's been a lot of cuts from the NFL Films show, which closes every Tuesday on HBO.
As an aside, there is no mention of Gabe Jackson's MCL injury, which will keep him out for a while, probably until after Week 6. He is one of the team's best players, and the "Hard Knocks" are showed nothing. Uncool.
The segments in this one are a lot of fun. Here are five things we learned from the second half:
Jon Gruden likes to hate his quarterbacks
The Raiders head coach can be tough on quarterbacks. She loves them one minute and chases them the next, and the next and the next.
"Hard Knocks" was shown by Mike Glennon and Nate Peterman who captured the entire Gruden experience in this episode.
He loved Glennon's touchdown drive to open The Saturday vs. LA exhibition, marveling at his height and wise decision to move the ball up the ladder.
Gruden disliked the two interventions that followed, saying "I can't look at that person."
He was wanted by his quarterbacks, as we all know, but he played this part clearly in this episode. Gruden said a lot of good things about Peterman at the camp, but he was hard pressed by the pressure while trying to get his criticism working.
"I love you, but you can't keep up with the unobtrusive look," Gruden says. "… You're a smart guy, but you have to have the confidence to pull the trigger."
Peterman came down as a soft man, and Gruden tried to be more assertive in the practice huddle. He responded to a dress with & # 39; yes, sir, "which developed this classic from Gruden.
" You're fine, "said Gruden." You have to be like me. You have to be a little smiling. … Okay, I'm a good person. Sorry for being a d ̵
Maxx Crosby acquires a new plate
The stage is noted in detail with rusx Crosby breaking a bone in his hand during Saturday's exhibition against L.A. Rams. He tried to force a mistake from the Rams running back John Kelly and was hurt in the process.
"I'm trying to solve it for free," Crosby told defensive line coach Brentston Buckner, "and it breaks."
Crosby had a plate in his hand – he had surgery on Monday – and head coach Jon Gruden said at a Tuesday press conference that he would appear until the Week 3 exhibition at first. There is little doubt that he will be around for the season opener. He had a 4-6 recovery early, but had to play through the damage with the right cast.
Keelan Doss is from Alameda?!?!
Hope everyone can feel the sarcasm leaking from that title. The "Hard Knocks" episode really worked on the town angle of Keelan Doss, which was many times in different segments of the show.
He was born and raised in Alameda, just minutes from the Raiders' complex and at the Oakland Coliseum, where he played his first NFL game. He then scored a touchdown on his hometown, at his first reception as a Raider.
"You really can't," Hunter Renfrow told Doss after the touchdown. "You grew up an Oakland fan, did you come here and then you score your first touchdown in your first catch? A freaking touchdown. It's amazing.… God only winks at you once."
Incognito, the Raiders and Rams mix it up on the second day of joint practice, with a sideline cleaning incident lasting about 10 seconds in real-time.
It's longer on show – fights are always looks better than you – as an episode of milk drama from the moment. They wisely put a microphone near left guard Richie Incognito, a well-known hot-head who found some inner peace through therapy.  "It's a lot of pushing and shoving, and I'm cleaning the back," the left guard said. "It's not worth it. Let me share some knowledge of life with you. It is not worth it. Count to 10 and go to the next play. Let me tell you what I learned in counseling. You only count to 10 … and love yourself first. "
McVay and Jon Gruden share a moment.
NFL Films releases old movie by Rams head coach Sean McVay working on his first NFL gig, starring Jon Gruden in Tampa Bay, Before showing the Raiders-Rams combined practice skills, McVay was just 22, as a quality control coach helping the Buccaneers receive.
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NFL Films found a good exchange between the two back in Tampa Bay.  Gruden: Do you like football?
McVay: Yes, sir. I love it. That's a lot.