Sport Dak Prescott wants to be “the best quarterback Cowboys ever had”

07:05  17 may  2018
07:05  17 may  2018 Source:

Cowboys are prepared to pay Dak Prescott what “he deserves”

  Cowboys are prepared to pay Dak Prescott what “he deserves” The Cowboys have the best bargain in football this season, paying Dak Prescott only a $630,000 base salary. Prescott’s per year average of $680,000 ranks only 74th among NFL quarterbacks. Seventy-fourth?! Prescott surely makes more in his off-the-field deals. The Cowboys, though, know what is coming. As a fourth-round pick in 2016, Prescott is eligible [ more ]Prescott surely makes more in his off-the-field deals.

Ever since he was a kid growing up in Haughton, La., Dak Prescott wanted to play quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys . His high school coaches say he's ready for the challenge of starting for America's Team. Video by Drew Davison.

All joking aside, if Dak Prescott “pushed” for this move to be made then it speaks volumes for Ultimately, you want to keep your star quarterback comfortable, in a room of guys that he trusts can It’s a bit premature for all the outrage and predictions of failure before we’ve ever had a chance to

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Stephen Jones said last week he wants Dak Prescott to earn league MVP honors this season, giving the Cowboys even more reason to pay the quarterback a deal he “deserves.” Prescott wants even more than to be the best in the league this season.

He wants to become “the best quarterback that the Cowboys ever had.” That’s saying something considering Hall of Famers Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman wore the star on their helmets, and Tony Romo owns most of the team’s passing marks.

Prescott’s comment came after he was asked about the pressure of playing for a contract this season.

“It’s not any pressure,” Prescott said, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. “I want to be the best I can. I want to be the best quarterback that the Cowboys ever had. All that stuff comes when you play the game well.”

Dak Prescott’s 2018 salary cap hit will make your jaw drop

  Dak Prescott’s 2018 salary cap hit will make your jaw drop See just how little Dak Prescott's salary hit will cost the Cowboys in 2018. The answer will shock you.The smart money is on Aaron Rodgers, who after Tom Brady has been arguably the best quarterback in the NFL (at least, statistically) over the past decade. Rodgers has definitely earned the honor of being the top-paid quarterback in the league, but one quarterback who is in line for a big payday when his time comes is Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott.

He wants another look. play. Dak and Zeke call out their performances (0:44). A year ago, the Cowboys were 1-1 after two games with Prescott as quarterback and they won 11 games in a row. Prescott isn't about to panic.

Roger Staubach says the future of the quarterback position for the Dallas Cowboys is much more secure with Dak Prescott in the picture, though it remains "all about winning football games." The boy who wanted to be a Cowboy got there.

Prescott, a fourth-round pick in 2016, has a $630,000 base salary this season. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has promised an “extraordinary contract” and executive vice president Stephen Jones said last week that “it’s going to be as he deserves.”

The Cowboys can reward Prescott with a new deal after this season.

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Cowboys WR coach notes 'inconsistencies' during Bryant's 2017 season .
Dez Bryant is no longer with the Dallas Cowboys, but their coaching staff is still talking about him. Bryant, who had spent his entire career with the Cowboys prior to being released on April 13, recorded 69 catches for 838 yards and six touchdowns last season, but it wasn't enough for the franchise to retain him.Although Bryant is a free agent, Cowboys wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal noted that No. 88 wasn't close to approaching Pro Bowl form in 2017."I still saw he's physical and violent at the route top," Lal said of Bryant to Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News. "He's still one of the best slant runners in the league.

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