NFL: Dak Prescott Dallas Cowboys Deal Extension in the Works, Might be the Most Expensive Deal Ever

    NFL Dak Prescott Dallas Cowboys Deal

    Dak Prescott is easing up for his contract extension deal with the Dallas Cowboys and it could soon come to fruition. The Cowboys will not let their best quarterback walk away and are ready to pay him a big sum which can make him the richest QB in NFL right now.

    Prescott has been doing a great job in this season and has also behaved very patiently with the team management. Unlike Ezekiel Elliot and other NFL stars who were sitting on a holdout, Prescott was present in the training camp and the preseason games. The Cowboys have also expressed their interest in offering a new deal to Dak Prescott and it could easily go north of $40 million per year.

    Dak Prescott in 2019 NFL Season

    Dak Prescott New Deal with Cowboys

    Dak Prescott has used his pending deal extension as motivation and did a great job in all the 3 games of 2019 NFL season. The star quarterback has passed for 920 yards on a 74.4 percent completion rate. Along with that, Prescott made nine touchdown passes to two interceptions, with 11 rushes for 88 yards and a touchdown. Dak is playing better than before, he is on his career peak and the Cowboys are inclined to offer him the biggest QB deal in the history of NFL.

    Dak Prescott is without a Cowboys Deal

    Cowboys deal with other Players

    While Dak Prescott is sitting out without a deal, the Dallas Cowboys have covered rest of their star players with huge salary extension.

    • DeMarcus Lawrence, DE: five-year, $105 million extension
    • Jaylon Smith, LB: six-year, $68.4 million deal
    • La’el Collins, OL: five-year, $50 million contract
    • Ezekiel Elliot, RB: six-year, $90 million extension

    The Cowboys plan was to collect everyone before moving towards Prescott as he was in no hurry for a deal. Now that Dallas is leading 3-0 in the NFL season and Dak Prescott is in great form, a new deal extension could be worked out soon. Prescott is giving up his best to get as much money as he can from Jerry Jones and the Cowboys.


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