Dwayne Bowe made his first appearance at the camp on Thursday at the Larry Fitzgerald Wide Receiver Camp and he received some tough love from Cris Carter and Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin. Bowe, who said he took 12 days off from workouts, struggled with his conditioning as the players ran 14 100-yard sprints and then four 50-yard runs.
"Can you imagine your first day coming back to 14 100s?" Bowe said. "Man, it was like college again. I’ve never done this intensive competing, conditioning and technique in one day."
Bowe said he is casual friends with Fitzgerald but he accepted his invitation to join because of the good things he's heard from other players, including Rice. He also wanted an opportunity to get one-on-one instruction from Carter and Irvin.