Six wide receivers and six defensive backs go through an intense day of contact drills at the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas.
Wide receivers aim to keep catching balls and Irvin wants his defensive backs to force fumbles.
The receivers and defenders partake in a hard-hitting eleven-on-eleven football game.
Irvin pushes his players to compete best in the most crucial time period: the final two minutes, and the most crucial area of the field: the twenty yards before the end zone.
The camp reaches its midway point with battles intensifying.
Michael Irvin treats his players to a night on the town.
Eliminated players form a team to earn their spot back on Irvin's roster.
Former Cowboy and teammate of Michael Irvin, Daryl "The Moose" Johnston arrives to rally injured and worn players.
The remaining five players go through blocking drills.
A four quarter game will determine which of the hard working players that remain will get an NFL contract with the Dallas Cowboys.