Sport Cowboys re-engaged with Dak Prescott on long-term contract talks

01:40  26 march  2020
01:40  26 march  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

Cowboys to use exclusive franchise tag on Dak Prescott, pay him $31.6 million

  Cowboys to use exclusive franchise tag on Dak Prescott, pay him $31.6 million The Dallas Cowboys are running out of time to sign Pro Bowl quarterback Dak Prescott to a contract extension ahead of Monday’s franchise tag deadline. © Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott may not get a contract extension in time, but he will get paid. Conversations just recently picked up between the two sides after being dormant for the entire 2019 NFL season.Now according to this report from David Moore of Dallas News, the Cowboys are set to use the exclusive franchise tag on Prescott. If signed, it will pay the signal caller $31.6 million for the 2020 season.

The Dallas Cowboys don’t have to pony up any money for quarterback Dak Prescott just yet, but the day is rapidly approaching. Last week, the third-year quarterback signed on with CAA as his agency of representation, ending a relationship with the agent who had guided him through this point of his career.

Dallas’ talks with Prescott are more advanced than discussions with the other players. And if Prescott ’s deal gets done—which will have an APY It’s not surprising to hear that conversations with Dak have furthered more than any other. The quarterback said himself last week during OTAs that his

The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly gotten back in touch with Dak Prescott, through his agent Todd France, about a long-term contract.

a group of baseball players playing a football game: It appears that both sides are still talking about a long-term contract. © Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports It appears that both sides are still talking about a long-term contract.

Mike Fisher of Sports Illustrated shared that the new talks will center around a contract that is between four and five years in length, noting new offers will “likely” be proposed.

Dallas made sure Prescott didn’t hit the market by using the exclusive franchise tag on him before free agency. So at this point the franchise is just trying to ensure its quarterback enters the coming season happy about his financial future.

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Dak Prescott contract rumors: How much he will likely be paid, and why he deserves it - Patrik Walker, CBS Sports. The Cowboys are most definitely the exception to the rule, because they’ re designed as a run-first offense whose goal is Brews & The 'Boys: Dak Prescott contract talk has gotten absurd.

Most recently, it’s been reported that the Cowboys made Prescott an offer that exceeded $105 million guaranteed. Obviously, that wasn’t good enough.

Should the two sides continue to stay apart on a long-term contract — as has been the case for over a year now — then things get interesting. Recently, former Cowboys quarterback and Pro Footballl Hall of Famer Troy Aikman predicted that using the franchise tag on Prescott could be a bad deal for the organization.

However, if they can hammer out a long-term deal before training camp begins, it would relieve plenty of tension and provide stability in the years to come.

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