Dak Prescott just wants to mind his own business.
On Thursday, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback was asked by ESPN’s Ed Werder for his thoughts regarding head coach Jason Garrett’s status after their team faces off against the Washington Redskins in Week 17.
Prescott gave a passionate answer while speaking on his own free agency.
“I think it’s the last game on [my contract] as well,” Prescott told Werder, “so I will be damned if I speak on anyone else’s future or their place.”
Back in 2015, the Cowboys gave Garrett a 5-year, $30 million extension while Prescott is coming to the end of his 4-year rookie deal.
Garrett’s future with the team has been talked about all season long, especially with the team being unable to secure a victory over a team with a record above .500 until they faced the Rams late in the season. All of that was for not as they would lose to the Eagles the following week and get knocked out of 1st place in the NFC East.
The Cowboys have gone 84-67, including 2-3 in the postseason since Garrett took over head coaching duties in 2010.
Unlike Garrett — Prescott is sure to get his money and remain with the franchise, having thrown for 4,599 yards, 26 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions with a 64.8 percent completion rate across 15 games in 2019.