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The NFL will provide unprecedented access to unveil never-before-seen footage of what it takes to travel an entire professional football team from city to city, game to game, during the regular season. Every road trip requires a massive amount of coordination to haul the 150-person squad 20,000 miles a season. From feeding six-tons of men, to clothing and housing them, to how a stadium prepares and deals with more than 70,000 rabid fans, Travel Channel's cameras are there to capture this massive undertaking. In addition, viewers will see how the Cleveland Browns prepare each week through the eyes of the players and team management, including new owner Jimmy Haslam. They can expect to learn more about the history behind deeply-rooted team rivalries and other notable insights not typically covered in game-coverage news. Written by Travel Channel

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good show about young football team with potential
2 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Travel Channel's NFL Road Tested: The Cleveland Browns gives the audience an insightful look into the entire business of running a professional football team. The documentary-style show mainly follows the daily lives of the players and coaches, but it also shows some of the behind-the-scenes jobs of the Browns' employees and also the upper management. Unlike the HBO show Hard Knocks (which usually focuses on a team that is already good), the travel channel decided to film a very young Browns team that has been struggling the last few years but appears to be on the rise. They may have been the youngest team in the NFL this year, but most of their games were very competitive. Road Tested was able to capture the suspense of their close games, and feature some of their great victories, including the win against their hated rival (The Steelers). Overall it was a good show and did a nice job of showing the work-lives, as well as the family-lives, of the Cleveland Browns and their staff.


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