Dallas Cowboys fans already have high expectations for the 2017 draft class and these incoming rookies can thank Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Anthony Brown, and Maliek Collins for that. Nearly all of...
The Dallas Cowboys have signed two more of their nine total rookies from the 2016 draft. Quarterback Dak Prescott and defensive end Charles Tapper have inked their rookie deals with the team. Prescott will receive $2.72 million on his four year contract. The Mississippi State product has already had some pressure put on him with the Dallas Cowboys, as the coaching staff appears poised to enter training camp with Kellen Moore as the primary backup QB.
When I hit the treadmill I like to throw on some quality tunes (Walk The Moon's "Shut Up And Dance" is a go to for me) and hit it hard. It feels like I'm moving at the speed of light and like I'm one of the coolest dudes in the world. A guy can dream, right? I have a feeling that when Ezekiel Elliott puts on his football uniform he feels exactly like I'm describing, except he's actually one of the coolest dudes in the world. Whatever.
Imagine opening up a new toy on Christmas morning. You rip the wrapping paper off, you find out it's exactly what you want, excitement floods your veins, and all of a sudden your parents say that you can't play with it until April. That's what it's like for NFL fans after the Draft. We got not one, but nine new toys! We just want to play with them, but the 2016 season doesn't begin until September.
Not even 48 hours after the Dallas Cowboys inked Ezekiel Elliott, Anthony Brown, Kavon Frazier, and Darius Jackson to their rookie deals... another domino on that line fell. Jaylon Smith has signed his rookie contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Ezekiel Elliott has all of our love, admiration, and googly eyes as far as this Draft Class is concerned... but it could be Jaylon Smith that truly defines it.