The NFL will provide unprecedented access to unveil never-before-seen footage of what it takes to travel an entire professional football team from city to city, game to game, during the regular season. Every road trip requires a massive amount of coordination to haul the 150-person squad 20,000 miles a season. From feeding six-tons of men, to clothing and housing them, to how a stadium prepares and deals with more than 70,000 rabid fans, Travel Channel's cameras are there to capture this massive undertaking. In addition, viewers will see how the Cleveland Browns prepare each week through the eyes of the players and team management, including new owner Jimmy Haslam. They can expect to learn more about the history behind deeply-rooted team rivalries and other notable insights not typically covered in game-coverage news.
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NFL Road Tested: The Cleveland Browns - Mitchell Schwartz - Netflix
Mitchell Bryan Schwartz (born June 8, 1989) is an American football offensive tackle for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL) and author. Schwartz played college football at the University of California, Berkeley, for the Golden Bears. He started all 51 games possible from 2008–11, at either left tackle or right tackle. He was named second-team All-Pac-10 as a junior, and first-team All-Pac-12 and Pac-12 All-Academic as a senior. He also earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic (2008–10), and the Brick Muller Award as Cal's Most Valuable Offensive Lineman (2009–11), for three seasons each. Schwartz was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the second round (37th overall) of the 2012 NFL draft. He started all 96 games of his first six years at right tackle, without missing a snap. Schwartz was named to the Pro Football Focus (PFF) 2012 All-Rookie Team, lauded for his “top-notch pass blocking”, and to the 2014 PFF All-Third Year Team.
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Schwartz took part in the 2012 NFL Combine. He completed 23 reps of 225 pounds in the bench press, and had times of 5.38 in the 40-yard dash, 7.86 in the 3-cone drill, and 4.87 in the 20-yard shuttle. He had a vertical jump of 26.5“, and a broad jump of 7' 5”. He has a 33.5-inch arm length, an 81 5/8-inch wingspan, 10-inch hands, and wears size 18 shoes. Due to his shoe size, in college one of his nicknames was “Bigfoot” (he was also known as “Big Show”, because he bears a facial and physical resemblance to the giant WWE pro wrestler Big Show). He scored a 35 on the Wonderlic test at the combine. A score of 20 is considered average, equal to an IQ of 100, and the average NFL player scores a 21.
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