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BUSTED: Arizona Cardinals' Michael Floyd admits he hasn't watched much of 'All or Nothing' series

Posted at 5:32 PM, Jul 26, 2016

With their busy schedules, you can hardly blame any members of the Arizona Cardinals for not making it through the entire "All or Nothing" Amazon documentary that was released less than a month ago.

But as Cardinals receiver Michael Floyd recently learned: If you haven't seen it, just go ahead and admit it.

Floyd, who appeared at Monday's Hyundai Youth Football Camp in Glendale with teammate Patrick Peterson, was asked by ABC15's Jason Snavely if he had a chance to watch the series.

"I did," Floyd said.

So... What did you think, Michael?

"It's all right. It was pretty good," he said, adding his favorite part was watching coach Bruce Arians get vocal during team practices.

But wait... if you thought the series was just "pretty good," what do you think could have been better?

Uh oh.

"I didn't really watch all of it, to be honest," Floyd finally admitted, laughing because he knew he'd been caught. 

So... did you watch any of the series, Michael?

"I went out to L.A. and watched the (premiere)," he said, noting he enjoyed the portion of the series he saw at the premiere that depicted him playing well during a game early in the season.

"I liked that, plus it was a good game for us, and me personally," he said.

The moral of the story: Always tell the truth. Or, you know, get out of there before any follow-up questions are asked.

Make sure to watch the entire hilarious sequence in the above video.