“We’ve got to have a plan to ultimately extend Dak” Cowboys’ executive VC Stephen Jones eager to sign long term ‘10 years’ contract with Dak Prescott

Dak Prescott, the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, could get a new deal this offseason. Prescott may either have his current deal restructured or have his contract extended once more.

According to overthecap.com, Prescott is guaranteed to make $31 million and will count for $49.1 million against the Cowboys’ salary cap in 2023.

According to Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones, “We’ve got to have a plan to ultimately extend Dak.” Despite the fact that Prescott already has a four-year, $160 million agreement in 2021, it would allow the Cowboys more freedom this year and reduce his cap hit.

According to overthecap.com, Prescott’s current deal will result in salary cap hits to the Cowboys of $49.1 million in 2023 and $52.1 million in 2024. He would stay after the following two seasons with an extension.

Jones claimed during the Senior Bowl that Prescott belongs in the top 10–12 quarterbacks in the NFL earning over $40 million yearly. Prescott may serve as the Cowboys’ starting quarterback for the next ten years, according to Jones.

Jones thinks Prescott is the quarterback who can take Dallas back to the Super Bowl despite the fact that Prescott has only won two playoff games in his career and the Cowboys’ last victory was in 1995.

“I’ve got all the faith in the world we can win this thing with Dak,” Jones told ESPN.

“Because we know him. We know what he’s about. His leadership skills are undeniable. Impeccable work ethic. Other than he hadn’t won some key playoff games, he’s everything you want in a quarterback. From the day he walked in the door, he’s won a lot of games. We just got to get over the hump.”

The Walter Payton Man of the Year award for 2022 went to Prescott for his achievements off the field. Prescott led the Cowboys to the playoffs after missing five games due to a broken thumb. There, he helped Dallas defeat Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the wild-card round to win its first playoff road game in 30 years. Losing the San Francisco 49ers in the playoffs brought the Cowboys’ season to an end.


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