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07:10  16 may  2019
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Prescott: ‘I want to be a Cowboy forever’

Prescott: ‘I want to be a Cowboy forever’ On the verge of his first massive NFL payday, Dak Prescott has seen his future, and wants it to be with the Cowboys forever.

“It makes me want to continue to put together some good games, to play good, to be consistent for the team and just kind of prove Jerry right.” As intriguing a conversation as it might be for Cowboys fans, Cooper said he’s not sweating the situation too much. He said Saturday he’s had a few talks with his

Dak Prescott received Cowboys initial contract extension offer - K.D. Drummond, Cowboys Wire We are strictly in the speculative stage about a coming The Cowboys want to get those deals finalized without “maxing out” each player. ”If we can talk them into not maxing out, doing well, but not maxed

Prescott not sweating contract talks: 'I want to be a Cowboy forever'© Tom Pennington / Getty Images Sport / Getty

Dak Prescott is entering the final year of his rookie contract, but he's not concerned with the state of extension talks with the Dallas Cowboys.

"I think the people that are doing the deal feel the same way so to me it's no rush. I know it will get done," Prescott said Wednesday, according to's Nick Eatman.

Prescott let it be known his desire is to play out his career with the star on his helmet.

"I want to be a Cowboy forever," he said.

The Cowboys' franchise quarterback could reportedly command a contract that will pay him $30 million per season and the team has acknowledged its star pivot deserves to be paid. Nonetheless, Prescott isn't sweating the details.

"It's all generational money and life-changing money. It's a blessing just to be in this position. But as far as the numbers are concerned, my focus is within the locker room. I know it'll get taken care of, so it is what it is," he said.

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