Jarvis Landry delivers rousing speech on HBO's 'Hard Knocks'

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Jarvis Landry goes on profanity-laced rant in Hard Knocks season premiere

In case you missed it, I'll summarize: With the cameras rolling in a meeting with his coaching and support staff, Jackson got challenged on his policy of exempting players from training camp practices by two of his assistants, running backs coach Freddie Kitchens and offensive coordinator Todd Haley.

"I don't know what the [expletive] has been going on here", Landry said to his teammates, "and I don't know why it's been going on". His speech is justifiably a top-five rant ever on "Hard Knocks", worthy of consideration for the top spot, even if it's not going to knock off Rex Ryan's snack attack. If you're going to [expletive] practice, [expletive] practice. Because you make other [expletive] work even [expletive] harder. Straight up, man. That [expletive] is [expletive] real, bro. That s-- ain't happening here. Now they're at more [expletive] risk of getting hurt, because you don't want to [expletive] practice, because you're being a [expletive]. I'm just letting y'all f--ing know, that s-- is not f--ing happening here. I'm hurt and I'm exhausted just like every [expletive] body in this room, but I ain't taking no [expletive] days off, because I can't be [expletive] great that way. But I ain't taking no m--rf--ing days off, because I can't f--ing live that way. The RV, not to mention Mayfield, figure to get a lot of screen time in the behind-the-scenes series. That s-- don't exist.

After hearing about Jackson losing his brother and mother, Gordon texts him his condolences along with the promise that he will "see you soon".

Landry also had an incredible one-handed catch he took to the house and treated like a regular-season touchdown.

The Browns also appreciated it.

In 2013, National Football League owners passed a resolution that teams could avoid mandatory inclusion on "Hard Knocks" if they fall under any of three exemptions.

The "Hard Knocks" crew featured Mayfield throughout, from him arriving in Cleveland to checking into his hotel (when he realized that Bob Evans restaurants are a chain) to signing his contract.

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