Dak Prescott Turns Down $30M Per Year From Cowboys



Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is entering the final year of his rookie contract and he's looking forward to finally getting paid some big bucks for being the starting QB of one of the riches franchises in all of sports.

Prescott is seeking a deal closer to $40 million per season, which would reset the market for quarterbacks.

Jane Slater of the NFL Network is reporting that Dak wants $40 million per season, which would make him the highest paid quarterback in a league that includes Tom Brady.

If Prescott reaches the lower end of that range, he would be up there with Ben Roethlisberger in average salary and surpass Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz and Matt Ryan.

If the Cowboys can't iron out a deal with Prescott or Elliott (not to mention another free-agent-to-be, Cooper) a cloud will hang over the team this coming regular season.

The Cowboys are now trying to negotiate new deals for running back Ezekiel Elliott, who is not with the team at training camp and is holding out in this dispute.

She also believes that Prescott is using an amount $10 million above owner Jerry Jones' initial offer because he is negotiating.

An already uneasy training camp for the Dallas Cowboys just got a little more problematic. "That always happens when it's that good for both of us". That'll happen. The results are too good for them and too good for the Cowboys.