The calendar continues to get closer and closer to the July 15th deadline that would shut the door on the Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott working out a long-term contract ahead of the 2020 season.
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the Dallas Cowboys have an offer on the table for Dak Prescott to sign, but it’s longer than he wants in terms of years.
“It’s not in the realm of the 10-year pact that Patrick Mahomes signed with the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday, but it is lengthier than Prescott desires, Pelissero clarified.”
Prescott signed his tender on June 22nd, so it appears he won’t be holding out of training camp, but if he doesn’t get the deal he wants, he’ll likely bet on himself again and play under the franchise tag where he will make $31.4 million this season.
Both sides still have one week to iron out their differences to see if they can come to an agreement and fully focus on the upcoming season.