Ron Wolfley and Paul Calvisi preview ‘All or Nothing’

Jun 27, 2016, 4:00 PM | Updated: Jun 28, 2016, 11:30 am

Beginning July 1, football fans will be able to get an inside look at the 2015 Arizona Cardinals courtesy of the Amazon series “All or Nothing.”

The eight-episode show — the entirety of will be available online upon the series’ release date — will give viewers a level of access they have never had, with footage taken on the field, in the locker room, during team meetings and in the players’ and coaches’ homes.

It should be a real treat for anyone who considers themselves a Cardinals fan, though the show is likely to be enjoyed by fans of any team. While some shows, like “Hard Knocks,” have given a glimpse of life in the NFL, “All or Nothing” is a different animal altogether.

“What hasn’t been done is, take it from that point where the 53-man roster is set for at least Week 1, and then spend the next five months with these guys,” the show’s director and producer, Steve Trout, told Doug and Wolf on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM.

We can’t wait to see it, though a couple of our own already got to watch one of the episodes.

Earlier this month many members of the organization traveled to Los Angeles to watch Episode 7, which featured the team’s Divisional Round victory over the Green Bay Packers. Ron Wolfley and Paul Calvisi joined players, coaches and management in getting an early look at the show.

We’re jealous, but the duo took some time to help those of us who have not yet seen an episode by sharing some thoughts.

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