Dak Prescott might be in another year of his decade of Hell in Dallas.
Jason La Canvora with CBS Sports I mentioned on Sunday That Cowboys owner Jerry Jones “is ready to tag midfielder Dak Prescott again in 2021, according to several sources with knowledge of the situation.”
The report comes a week after Prescott suffered a horrific end-of-season ankle injury to which he suffered against the Giants on October 11th. The 27-year-old had already scored 1856 yards and 12 overall touchdowns and was on his way to overtake him. Statistics for 2019.
She is expected to make a full recovery.
The Cowboys and their pick in the fourth round of 2016 have been in shaky negotiations for more than a year, during which time the team signed the defensive line of DeMarcus Lawrence, back Jaylon Smith, deflected La’el Collins, Ezekiel Elliott, and broad future Amari Cooper returned to a contract extension, in addition to To the signature of quarterback reserve Andy Dalton. About the league, midfielders Deshawn Watson and Patrick Mahoms signed long-term extensions of four years, $ 156 million and 10 years, $ 503 million, respectively.
The team applied the exclusive franchise mark of $ 31.4 million as a temporary measure of one year in March and long-term talks eventually stalled in July. Before 2020, it was Prescott He earned an average of $ 680,848 a year Under his rookie deal.
Practicing the franchise mark for a second year would cost the Cowboys 120 percent of Prescott’s salary in 2020, or nearly $ 37.7 million. Teams are permitted to use the franchise mark on a player a total of three times, with the third time incurring a cost of 144 percent of the player’s previous salary, or $ 54.3 million in this case.
Earlier in the week, Jones gave a familiar speech, expressing concern about raising the team’s salary cap to any one player.
“I think we should be reminded that in order to have a team, we must really manage how our resources are distributed,” the Cowboys owner told 105.3 The Fan. “Duck deserves anything that you want to put on a piece of paper, relatively. If you evaluate what he can do to help us win trophies, you can see that he is in addition to being a captain in the Leader No. 1 position. We have to make it work.”