Back in 2021, the Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott agreed to a four-year, $160 million contract, including $126 million guaranteed. That deal is set to expire soon, but both sides have a chance to get in front of that before that happens.
Prescott is not one to say much about his contract situation, but his most recent comments suggest he has confidence that things will work out in the end.
“That’s something I leave to the Cowboys, and I leave to my agent,” he told The Athletic’s Jon Machota.
“They got it done years ago, and when it’s time to get it done again, I trust in both of them. As Stephen has said, it might happen overnight. Who knows, right? But that’s not any of my concern or in my thought process.”
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback saw his season come to an end in January in the 19-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. It was the second-straight season that the Cowboys got eliminated by the 49ers.
Prescott tied for the NFL lead with 15 interceptions this season despite playing only 12 games.
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Dallas had one of the best offenses in the NFL this past season, ranking fourth in the league with 27.5 points per game, and the unit was especially dominant once Prescott returned from his thumb injury.
Many though Prescott had turned the corner with his Wild Card Round victory, as he threw four touchdown passes with one rushing touchdown and zero interceptions. Against the 49ers, however, the quarterback was left without answers.
The Cowboys will be expecting more from a player averaging $40 million per year. If not, he could see himself on the outside looking in like Ezekiel Elliott, who was released this offseason.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.