When ‘Hard Knocks’ premieres, NFL says ‘there will be no ‘soft-ball’ on the sidelines’

The NFL is no stranger to taking the fight to the game’s toughest opponents.

After all, the league’s own first-year commissioner, Roger Goodell, made it clear in January that there would be no soft-ball challenges during games, something the league has been pushing for since the start of the season.

Now that “Hard Knock” is officially upon us, however, the NFL is doubling down.

“We’re going to have the softball game in ‘Hard Knock,'” Goodell said in a statement.

“The hard ball will be the hard ball.

And that will be a physical game, a physical competition, to be the best in the world.

And to have a fan-driven league like ‘Hard Kickers’ is a great way to showcase the talent of the ‘Hardknocks’ guys. “

It’s a unique opportunity for the fans and players and the league to showcase their talent and compete against each other.

“I think it’s going to be an amazing experience. “

We’re going after the fans, we’re going for our players, and we’re not going to settle for anything less than excellence.” “

I think it’s going to be an amazing experience.

We’re going after the fans, we’re going for our players, and we’re not going to settle for anything less than excellence.”

In an interview with Sports Illustrated’s Adrian Wojnarowski last month, Goodell said the league was “a little bit nervous” because the league had “no hard-ball” rules for its “Hard Kick” series, but that the NFL would be willing to listen.

“For the ‘hard kick’ game to be successful, the fans want it to be challenging, to the level that we feel like it needs to be,” Goodell said.

“So I’m going to go with ‘Hardkick’ as the name, and if they want to call it anything else, fine.”

“Hardknock” premieres April 15 on ESPN and will air in the spring on HBO.