HBO's "Hard Knocks" is set to officially return in August with a first for the series - focusing on two teams in the same city, the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers.

But there are other challenges ahead for the series and for those teams: how will training camps and those filming them adjust to the restrictions put on them due to the coronavirus pandemic?

On the same day that Dr. Anthony Fauci recommended the league go "essentially in a bubble" this season and NFL chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills responded, Rams head coach Sean McVay had a moment on a "Hard Knocks" call with the media where he wondered how football in 2020 is going to work:

Sean McVay: “Is this crazy coach Lynn? We’re talking about some of this stuff and we’re playing football. I mean we’re going to social distance but we play football? Hey, this is really hard for me to understand all this. I don’t want to be …. I don’t get it. I really don’t.”

— Gary Klein (@LATimesklein)June 18, 2020

His general manager, Les Snead, had a good spread offense joke in response:

Solid line from Les Snead on the Hard Knocks call after Sean McVay wondered how they're going to social distance and play football.

"Watch Big 12 film and see their splits. They're already socially distanced."

— Conor Orr (@ConorOrr)June 18, 2020

McVay's question is one that we'll find out the answer to this summer and fall. As for "Hard Knocks"? It's scheduled to debut Aug. 11.

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