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Prescott officially signs franchise tag

Dallas quarterback DAK PRESCOTT officially signed his franchise tender on Monday afternoon, meaning he will be under contract for at least the duration of the upcoming 2020 season. Prescott was taggedMore back in March, but he held off signing the one-year tender in hopes of a secure long-term extension. The Cowboys and Prescott will have until July 15th to sort out an extension but signing the tag guarantees Prescott the $31.4 million salary that comes with it. Less

Source: Team Website

Around the NFL: Dak Prescott

Dak Prescott is inching towards becoming another Kirk Cousins. He’s signed his franchise tender, and if he doesn’t agree to a long-term contract in the next three weeks, he’ll be locked into a one-year deal.  more »

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Cowboys rest easier with Dalton in reserve

Dallas Cowboys EVP Stephen Jones said recently that he and the team can rest easier with veteran quarterback ANDY DALTON now on the roster. While DAK PRESCOTT is the unquestioned starter, the Cowboys feel like they are are in better shape should anything happen to him during the 2020 season.

Source: NBC Sports


Cowboys add veteran QB Dalton

The Dallas Cowboys signed former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback ANDY DALTON to a one-year deal to serve as the backup quarterback behind DAK PRESCOTT. The Bengals released Dalton earlier this week after drafting LSU quarterback JOE BURROW with the first overall pick in the NFL Draft.

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Cowboys, Prescott have positive contract talks

The Dallas Cowboys and quarterback DAK PRESCOTT have reportedly had “very positive” contract talks within the past couple of weeks. The Cowboys placed the exclusive franchise tag on Prescott in MarchMore when the two sides were unable to reach an agreement on a long-term deal. Prescott has not signed the franchise tag and is under no obligation to take part in the team’s offseason program – which started on Monday. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News


Cowboys place franchise tag on Prescott

The Dallas Cowboys placed the franchise tag on quarterback DAK PRESCOTT on Monday, marking the first time the team has used the tag on a quarterback. Prescott will receive a salaryMore that’s projected to be $31.6 million for the 2020 season. The Cowboys and Prescott have until July 15th to work out a long-term deal. If they can’t reach a deal by that date, Prescott will play the 2020 season on the tag. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News

Around the NFL: Amari Cooper

The players have voted to approve the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, and Amari Cooper looks like he’ll be the first big winner. He’s very good, he’s 25, and he’s going to be an unrestricted free agent.  more »



Cowboys reportedly made contract offer to Prescott

The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly met with the agent for quarterback DAK PRESCOTT, with sources saying that the team offered their star signal-caller a guaranteed contract of $105 million. The CowboysMore and Prescott are in somewhat of a holding pattern, waiting for a potential new collective bargaining agreement to be concluded. We should know more later this week as events unfold. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News


Cowboys prepared to use franchise tag on Prescott

The Dallas Cowboys are working toward a long-term contract extension with quarterback DAK PRESCOTT, but the team is prepared to use the franchise tag on their star signal-caller if they can’tMore reach an agreement. If an extension cannot be reached in the next two weeks, the Cowboys will place the franchise tag on Prescott before the March 12th tag deadline. Owner Jerry Jones said last week that the deadline does not add urgency to re-sign Prescott. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News


Cowboys, Prescott heading for franchise tag

The Dallas Cowboys and quarterback DAK PRESCOTT have reportedly not made much progress in their efforts to finalize a long-term contract as free agency nears. The Cowboys and Prescott are likelyMore heading toward a scenario in which the team will have to use its franchise tag on the star quarterback. Both sides prefer a long-term agreement, but they have been unable to reach such an agreement thus far. Less

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Cooper hoping to remain with Cowboys

Dallas wide receiver AMARI COOPER is scheduled to become a free agent in March but he said again this week that he wants to remain with the Cowboys long term. Dallas EVP Stephen Jones said that Cooper’s contract priority is “No. 2”, behind only quarterback DAK PRESCOTT.

Source: NBC Sports


Cowboys ready to get Dak deal done

The Dallas Cowboys have their new coach so it’s now time to turn the attention to quarterback DAK PRESCOTT. Dallas EVP Stephen Jones said on Friday that the team plans toMore get a deal done with Dak, while noting that the two sides almost completed a pact before the season started. The sooner the Cowboys can resolve Prescott’s contract, the sooner they can turn their attention to other players – including wide receiver AMARI COOPER. Less



Prescott, Gallup lead Cowboys vs. Giants

Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT threw 4 touchdown passes in Sunday’s season finale against Washington. Three of Prescott’s touchdowns went to second-year wide receiver MICHAEL GALLOP. While the performances were certainly fantasy worthy, it was not enough to keep the Cowboys from missing out on the 2019 playoffs.

Source: Dallas News

Factoid: Amari Cooper

Amari Cooper has had some dud games recently. He got shut out entirely at New England. He caught only 4 of 12 passes thrown his way last week, with the coaching staff not even putting him on the field for a pivotal fourth-down play at the end. But he’ll be at home tomorrow, and that could make all of the difference.  more »



Cowboys hopeful on Prescott availability

The Dallas Cowboys are hopeful that quarterback DAK PRESCOTT will be available for Sunday’s season finale against Washington. Prescott continues to deal with a shoulder injury that head coach Jason GarrettMore says the team is taking day by day. Prescott is not expected to do much during practice this week, giving the injury some time to heal instead. Less


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