NFL Rumors: Cowboys Agree To Four-Year Deal With QB Dak Prescott

Dak is staying put


March 8, 2021

It appears Dak Prescott is staying in Dallas.

According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys have agreed to a four-year, $160 million deal with Dak Prescott.

Rapoport reported Prescott has a no-trade clause and “no tag provision” with $126 million guaranteed. Prescott’s deal could get up to $164 million.

Contract talks appeared to be progressing last week between the two sides with the March 9 franchise tag deadline looming. Prescott would have become a free agent March 17 had he not been tagged by the Cowboys or reached a deal.

The quarterback suffered a gruesome leg injury Oct. 11 that required surgery, but Prescott is set to be a “full participant” in the offseason beginning in April.

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