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1.Cowboys | Dak Prescott reportedly wants four-year deal (thehuddle) Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott reportedly is interested in a four-year contract extension, while the team is interested in a five-year contract, according to a source. A potential deal could make Prescott No. 1 or No. 2 among NFL quarterbacks in either average salary or guaranteed money. Analysis: Prescott is coming off what was probably the best season of his career statistically (4,902 passing yards, 30 touchdowns and 11 interceptions) and those numbers should only improve now that WR CeeDee Lamb is in the fold. He should be among the first quarterbacks selected in this year's fantasy football drafts.1 day
2.Dak Prescott could be the second-highest paid QB annually? (FantasyPros) The Cowboys' latest offer to Dak Prescott would make him the second-highest paid QB annually, per Todd Archer of ESPN. Analysis: The Cowboys and Prescott continue to work out a long-term extension. The current offer to Prescott guarantees around $110 million, but would fall short of Russell Wilson's $35 million annually. Both sides have till July 15th to work out a deal. Dak would have to play 2020 on the franchise tag if an extension can't get completed. It was reported that Prescott turned down five-year, $175M contract, but that rumor was shot down by the Cowboys... (More)3 days
3.Dak Prescott wants a shorter deal, while the Cowboys want a longer one (FantasyPros) There have been no discussions between QB Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys outside of the terms that are currently on the table, reported at five-years and $175M. Analysis: It was reported earlier that the Cowboys offered Prescott $175M over five years and that he turned down their offer, saying that he wanted "north of $45M" for the last year of his deal. Prescott more than likely wants a shorter deal so that he can capitalize on his market value in two to three years from now and potentially receive a second huge contract. The Cowboys meanwhile, want to lock hi... (More)4 days
4.Dak Prescott reportedly turned down a five-year, $175M deal from Cowboys (FantasyPros) According to NFL Analyst Chris Simms, QB Dak Prescott turned down a five-year, $175M deal from the Dallas Cowboys and is seeking "north of $45M" in the final year of his new deal. Analysis: The deal would have made Prescott the highest paid QB in NFL history. It seems like Prescott and his agency remain steadfast on a particular number and are unwilling to move off that figure. Prescott will play this season on the franchise tag that will pay him $33M, but he's still hoping to sign a long-term extension prior to the July 15 deadline. Prescott is currently ranked as ... (More)4 days
5.Cowboys | Dak Prescott turns down huge deal? (thehuddle) Updating an ongoing story, Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott turned down a five-year, $175 million contract offer, according to NBC Sports' Chris Simms. It would have made Prescott the highest-paid quarterback in NFL history. His representation reportedly is seeking a deal that will play him more than $45 million for the final season of a new contract. Analysis: It feels like this situation is going nowhere. In 2020, Prescott is a midrange No. 1 fantasy football passer, and what his future holds in Dallas is anyone's guess at this point. 4 days