In alittle over 2 and half months, the NFL will be in training camp. And as always, some team will be featured on the HBO show Hard Knocks. For 11 seasons (not all in a row), HBO has followed one NFL team from start to finish of training camp. Giving fans a live look at the meetings, practices, and players themselves as they make it through camp. It also gives great insight to all the rookies both draft picks and FAs that are trying to make the 53, including showing when players are cut from the team. Best one ever was Ochocinco last year. The show in my opinion is truly amazing. It's a real life NFL experience. You get a front row seat to the real camp that team is going through that season. And for 11 seasons, all different teams have got the spotlight. Last season it was Miami. So I ask who is ready for the Titans? It might be a good season for it. With how much rebuilding we have gone through, and with Munch fighting for his job. CJ having to compete with Greene. Britt needing to perform. Many NFL teams have declined to do the show, just last season the Redskins, Jets (appeared in 2010), Buccs, Texans, Falcons, 49ers, Broncos, and Texans all said no thanks. And I already read this year, the Eagles have already passed. So with the teams that have already been on the show, and those that don't want to be. The Titans might be a real option. What do you think? It puts the team out there for the whole world to see. And as fans, we get to see parts of the team and training camp we have never seen before. But some might see the show as a distraction which is probably why so many teams have passed on it. I have mixed feelings about it. I can see the pros and cons. Cast your vote! As someone who goes to like 10 to 15 camps each season, it would be cool to appear in the background on an HBO show that we will be able to watch forever.