4. Joey Bosa
Joey Bosa does not seem like someone who would be all that interesting during ‘Hard Knocks’. In fact, he seems like someone who would probably be against the idea of camera crews coming to training camp each and every day.
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And while he may or may not share that sentiment with the good portion of players who do think that, he is still going to be entertaining to watch. He might not seem like he has the biggest personality and that is why he is going to catch viewers off guard and be the surprise of the season.
Joey is not even the most famous Bosa brother anymore. After Nick Bosa’s incredible rookie season on the Super Bowl-bound San Francisco 49ers, Nick has become the more popular among casual NFL fans.
That will change after ‘Hard Knocks’ as NFL Fans will see how surprisingly witty and funny Bosa is. Ricky Henne of Chargers.com said himself in a mailbag that Bosa was the funniest Charger on the team and you could definitely see this when he is mic’d up during practices and games.
Whether it is telling the rest of the defense that they do not need to worry about playing because he doesn’t need any help to get to the quarterback or repeatedly complaining about how uncomfortable the bench is, Bosa has a dry wit about him that is even funnier considering his personality.
Bosa is going to be great, and hopefully, he can get enough support from the fanbase to pressure the team into not being cheap and trying to low-ball him on an extension so they can actually re-sign him after 2020.