Cowboys want to extend Dak Prescott

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott passes as he warms up before an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

According to NFL Network, the Dallas Cowboys want to extend impending free agent QB Dak Prescott as soon as possible.

Ian Rapoport said that the Cowboys are “confident enough in Prescott’s reham to do a big-time, long-term deal now.”

The butting heads continues between Prescott’s both Prescott’s and Jerry Jones’ camps.

However, NBC reported that Prescott can play 2021 out with a fully guaranteed $37.7 million contract under his second consecutive franchise tag.

For whatever reason, Jones doesn’t believe Prescott is worth a long-term deal, because the sides would have got that done years ago.

Both Jared Goff and Carson Wentz were drafted ahead of Prescott, and they both got paid a stupid amount of money while Dak’s been tagged.

The official window to apply the tag is open with a deadline closing on March 9.

Prescott is currently posting a career 42-27 QB record with 17,634 passing yards, 106 passing touchdowns, 1,314 rushing yards, and 24 rushing touchdowns.


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