Jets head coach Todd Bowles enjoys watching a couple of TV shows, but "Hard Knocks" is not one of them.
The HBO show, which follows a different NFL team during training camp each season, last featured the Jets in 2010 under then-head coach Rex Ryan. When asked if he would want the Jets to be on the show, Bowles admitted he would not be the liveliest of stars on the show.
"If I had to do it, we'd do it," Bowles said after initially declining to comment. "I'd probably be the most boring person. I don't think they want to come this way."
Instead, Bowles said he watches "Power" and "Queen of the South" during his free time.
According to the NFL, any team can volunteer to participate in "Hard Knocks." The show featured the Browns this season, with rookie QB Baker Mayfield playing in his first NFL training camp and then-Browns WR Josh Gordon returning to the scene after missing time due to suspension.
It is not yet clear which team will star in the show next season.