Weeks of hard work wrap up with an exhausting set of drills at the Cowboys Valley Ranch training facility as well as a final four quarter game to determine who will receive an NFL contract from Jerry Jones himself.
The five remaining players go head to head in a series of drills designed to test an essential skill set for special teams players: delivering and shedding blocks.
Fatigue and injury has started affecting everyone but former Cowboy Daryl Johnston arrives to rally their spirits and encourage them through an exhausting drill known as the "Super Gauntlet."
A rival team made up of previously eliminated players -- intent on earning their spot back on the roster -- arrive to challenge the remaining players to a full four quarter battle. Jerry Rice appears.
The players earn a night on the town with Michael Irvin, and a brief taste of the limelight that comes with being a professional football player. Kelvin Martin appears.
With the camp at its halfway point, the 8 remaining players collide at breakneck speeds while vying for supremacy in the Yards After Contact drill. Guest appearance by Roger Staubach.
The Coaches and Michael Irvin push the players hard in preparation for the two most critical situations in all of football: the last two minutes of the half, and the last twenty yards before the endzone. Guest appearance by Darren Woodson.
After an inspirational pep talk by Hall of Famer Tony Dorsett, the WR's and DB's compete in a full speed, full pads, eleven on eleven football game. Guest appearances by Jerry Jones and Tony Dorsett.
The WR's ability to hold onto the ball and the DB's ability to cause fumbles are put to the test in a series of brutal drills, including one that occurs during a massive thunderstorm. Guest appearance by Jay Novacek.
After moving into their new home at the Cotton Bowl Stadium, Michael Irvin puts the 6 wide receivers and 6 defensive backs through a grueling set of full contact drills designed to test their ability to perform in the 4th quarter. Guest appearance by Drew Pearson.
A preview of Spike's new series, 4th and Long.
4th and Long, hosted by Hall of Famer Michael Irvin, will give a football hopeful a shot at making the Dallas Cowboys roster. The contestants compete for the ultimate grand prize in sport: a spot on the Dallas Cowboy's training camp roster.
Coach Joe gets a good laugh from a small slip.
Kelvin Martin reminds the players to always make something out of nothing.
Michael Irvin explains to Jerry Jones how he intends to find a potential hall of famer on Fourth and Long.
Find out why Drew Pearson thinks not getting drafted was more inspiring and motivating than any other outcome.
Coach Joe Avezzano gets chills as he recalls Tony Dorsett's 33-yard run that set the all-time rushing record.
Daryl Johnston sends a wake-up call and explains the demand of perfection from the National Football League.
Jerry Jones and Michael Irvin discuss the necessity to deliver a back-of-the-pack player with something to prove. It's 4th and Long.
Coach Joe Avezzano talks about the long journey Michael Irvin has taken to immortality.
Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson came through the front door of the NFL, these men will have to sneak in through the back.
Famous Cowboys tight end Jay Novacek gives the players a pep talk about what is really important in a good game of football.
Dallas Cowboy legend Drew Pearson talks about the meaning behind the fight.
Ahmaad Smith is given the chance to compete, head-to-head for his roster spot.
At the Cotton Bowl, one man's dream is another's nightmare.
Hall of Famer Michael Irvin is offering the opportunity of a Lifetime by offering one talented athlete the chance to play for the Dallas Cowboys in Spike TV's all-new original series Fourth and Long.
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