Dolphins running back Reggie Bush isn't sure about letting the cameras in to his team's training camp. (Winslow Townson, Getty Images)
The Miami Dolphins will be the stars of this year's edition of Hard Knocks, but one of their central characters may not be so into the idea.
In an interview with the Palm Beach Post, Dolphins running back Reggie Bush said he isn't sure whether or not the presence of TV cameras at the Dolphins' pre-season camp will be beneficial.
“I’m on the fence,” Bush said. “Training camp is so tough as it is. You’ve got guys trying to make the team, training and fighting and scratching. At the same time, we’re trying to jell together. It adds another thing, but it will bring a lot of buzz to the city, and that’s something we can all use as a city and team.”
Bush's comments follow those of Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano earlier in the week. Speaking to SiriusXM radio, Fasano said there were "a lot of groans" around the locker room when their participation in the documentary series was announced to the team.
The first episode of Hard Knocks will be broadcast on August 7th on HBO.