- Mike Rodak, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Buffalo Bills, with coach Rex Ryan and several high-profile additions this offseason, are appealing candidates for "Hard Knocks," the annual HBO series that chronicles a team's training camp.
However, the Bills aren't interested in participating, a team source confirmed Friday. General manager Doug Whaley previously told ESPN at the NFL owners meetings in March that neither he nor owners Terry and Kim Pegula were interested in doing the show.
The Bills cannot be forced to participate because they have a first-year coach.
Multiple sources told ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim that Washington was not interested in the show. ESPN Texans reporter Tania Ganguli tweeted Friday that the Texans are "favorites" to be featured on the show.
The Houston Texans seem to be emerging as the favorites for the HBO training camp show.