IRVING, Texas (AP) _ The Dallas Cowboys will allow cameras an all-access look at their training camp for the second installment of a sports-based reality show on HBO.
``Hard Knocks: Training Camp with The Dallas Cowboys,'' will debut July 31. Last summer's version on the Baltimore Ravens was widely popular for the cable network.
A 16-person crew from NFL Films will live at the Cowboys' training camp this summer, shooting more than 700 hours of video. Camera and sound crews will be given unlimited access to the players and coaches in meeting rooms, training rooms, dormitories and practice fields when the Cowboys report to camp in July.
The show run on consecutive Wednesday nights through the six-week series' finale Sept. 4.
Third-year coach Dave Campo will have a mix of veteran players, free agents and rookie hopefuls in camp this summer. The Cowboys are coming off consecutive 5-11 seasons.