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If you enjoyed HBO's "Hard Knocks" you're going to love Amazon's "All or Nothing" with the Arizona Cardinals

For over a decade, HBO has had a stranglehold on the behind the scenes look at camp and OTA's in the NFL with Hard Knocks, which first premiered back 2001 with the Baltimore Ravens.

But now, thanks to a new Amazon original series, fans will get a fresh new look this season featuring the Arizona Cardinals in a series called All or Nothing. Like Hard Knocks, the series follows players off the field as well, but overall it has a bit of a different feel and approach.

Judging from some of the teasers and trailers that have been released, the series is going to be highly entertaining and will follow players and coaches on the field as well as in the locker room and on the field, capturing all the camaraderie among teammates that you'd expect to see at the NFL level.

You can also count on Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians providing more than his fair share of great sound bytes.

"I think that for the football world, this is a piece that they're definitely going to enjoy. It's a great documentary to see true character of a true football team," Cardinals defensive back Patrick Peterson said about the series.

You can get your football fix in and stream all eight episodes of All or Nothing starting July 1st (this Friday). Below is the official trailer, as well as a few tweets providing a glimpse inside the series.

(If you're not an Amazon Prime member, you may want to look into it before the series kicks off on Friday - plus you get free 2-day shipping from which is worth it by itself)