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Report: Cowboys, Dak Prescott Resume Contract Talks

This is the news Dallas Cowboys fans have been wanting to hear. Dak Prescott and the organization hadn’t had any discussions on a long-term deal since the exclusive franchise tag was placed on him March 16. However, things have picked back up.

According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Cowboys and Prescott have resumed negotiations on a new deal.

Ed Werder on Twitter

Source: The #Cowboys have resumed contract negotiations with Dak Prescott for the first time since using the exclusive franchise tag on him. A team source said the #NFL currently shows a $26.8M charge to the cap for Prescott even though he has not signed the franchise tender.

Earlier on Wednesday, a tweet from Liz Loza of Yahoo Fantasy Sports suggested Prescott was closing in on a four-year deal worth 35 million annually, and although no details of a new offer are known, the encouraging sign is that talks are back on.

According to Patrik Walker of CBS Sports, the length of the new deal and guaranteed money are the final issues to be ironed out, which he also reported on February 11. Stay tuned for more details.

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Matthew Lenix

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  1. Well they value him more than I do. I would have put the non exclusive tag on him and let the market figure it out. While waiting I’m dialing up Teddy’s agent and getring a plan 1A in place, HOPING i get two number 1’s AND save 10 -15 mil per year. Now i comtrol my cap and the draft board. Poor asset management. You get a 4 year starter for cheap, maybe 5 years, and 2 #1’s, for original late 4th.

    I guess we now know who did the Herschel Walker trade once and for all.

  2. I sure hope this gets done because the money can be spread around and just maybe we can plug a couple of more holes before the draft so Will and the crew can draft the best value instead of reaching to fill a hole. I’m good with Dak as our QB as long as Mike and his crew can be more creative in the RedZone because that’s where Dak comes up short. I’m loving the DT’s and just maybe with some extra cash we can fill the RE hole without having to rely on Mr Gregory.

  3. I like Dak to a POINT, but now the point has been CROSSED. He and/or his agent seem to be getting really GREEDY. Especially NOW in view of people losing their JOBS and LIVES because of the virus, by the millions. It is starting to turn people off because of these ABSURD SALARIES for these spoiled athletes.

    This guy apparently wants to be paid LIKE THE BEST QB IN THE NFL.

    HE IS NOT!!! THERE ARE NUMEROUS QBs THAT ARE BETTER THAN HIM RIGHT NOW!!!

    DRAFT a QB in the first round and let DAK have some COMPETITION, because RIGHT NOW they DO NOT have a viable BACK UP QB. THEN LET DAK WALK AFTER NEXT YEAR IF HE DOESN”T WAKE UP.

    FRONT OFFICE SCREWED THEMSELVES BY NOT HAVING SOMEONE TO POSSIBILY CHALLENGE DAK. SO HE HAS ALL THE LEVERAGE. SO STUPID!!!

    THEY WILL PROBABLY OVERPAY THIS GUY. THIS GUY went 8-8 with really good players around him. Brady wins SUPER BOWL AFTER SUPER BOWL with much less talent around him. Plus he is 16 years older than Dak.

    BIG FAN, BUT ENOUGH IS ENOUGH WITH THIS GUY. DRAFT A QB!!!

  4. I’m really having a hard time swallowing this deal with Dak. I agree with an earlier comment of letting Dak hit the free agency market. I don’t believe he would have been offered the money the cowboys are willing to pay him, so the team should have tested the market or make a trade! As cowboy fan all my life, if they don’t make changes to their play calling on offence, I don’t see them winning the SB any time soon and that’s unfortunate because the team has the talent. On a side note, thank you Travis for all the years and hard work you put into this team. I was hoping you would leave the game with SB ring but time was not on your side. Enjoy time with your family, stay healthy and wish you the very best as you begin a new chapter in your life. Cheers!

    • Yeah I’m serious. Dallas offered dak a contract last year that would have raised his pay 31M last year. He said no and decided to play for 2 mil instead. What does that tell you? No decent deal for the team for 1 and 2 he thinks he is worth more than 33 mil per year, rumor has it 35 per AND he only wants 4 years. Non exclusive tag costs 26.9 mil. Let him go out there and get more than what Dallas was offering on a 4 year deal that he wants AND give us 2 first round picks. Do you really think there are teams willing to pay him AND US that much? I don’t. Now Dallas has more leverage in negotiations. Does that make more sense to you now?

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