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Cowboys’ Irvin Creating Reality Show for Spike

Jan 22, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Former Dallas Cowboy Michael Irvin is working with 3 Ball Productions to create a reality show for Spike TV, the network said.
The show will feature Irvin on-air as he works with 12 amateurs competing for a spot at the Cowboys’ training camp next summer.
Other Cowboy personalities, including team owner Jerry Jones, are expected to appear on the series, which is scheduled to premiere in the spring.
“This is one of the biggest ideas we have heard and speaks straight to one of our viewers’ favorite sports, football,” said Sharon Levy, Spike senior VP for original series. “Michael’s passion and 3 Ball’s storytelling ability is sure to make this one of our biggest shows ever.”

12 Comments

  1. How, when and where are they going to have the try-outs for the reality show?
    Thanks,
    Nick Mitchell

  2. Really!? Unless you’re a diehard Cowboy fan, which I am not, can we please just stick with a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader show. Seems that would fit the Spike demo. even better, but that’s just me.

  3. whens the tryouts, this is cool, its like that Mark Walburg movie.

  4. When are try-outs? This would be a dream come true. I’ve played college football from 2003-2006, I have 2 conference rings and several accolades ranging from conference to national and all im looking for is an opportunity to play my motto is “All I need is a chance.”

  5. I just want to know where the tryouts are being held so that I can take advantage of this ONCE IN A LIFETIME oppourtunity. I have been playing this game I love dearly since little league and due to many obstacles I’ve had to over come I’ve never had the chance to show the world what I can do and how great an asset I can be to this game. If I was given this chance to Prove myself, I KNOW I WILL NOT FAIL!!!

  6. whats the word????-when,s all of this????-PUT ME IN THE GAME

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  9. What kind of matter really, thank you for sharing, we have a common interest.

  10. I cant believe the NHL is going to risk losing one of the best players in his prime to the nHL

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