Dak Prescott is drawing his line in the sand.
The NFL and NFLPA on Monday announced a virtual offseason program that will begin for all teams April 20th, but the virtual work cannot go more than four hours a day and no more than four days a week.
When the Cowboys start their offseason program, they won’t have their quarterback available for it, mostly because he’s refusing to do so, according to Pro Football Talk.
“If/when the Cowboys launch a virtual offseason workout program next Monday, Dak won’t be participating without a new contract.
Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Prescott will not take part in the stay-at-home preparations for the 2020 season, unless and until he has a long-term deal.”
Prescott is currently not employed by the Cowboys as he has yet to sign his franchise tag. Also, the program is voluntary and even if he did have a deal, he still wouldn’t have to participate.
Both sides were at the negotiating table weeks ago, but there seems to be some disagreement about guaranteed money and the length of the contract that is holding everything up.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.