Dak Prescott won’t be participating in virtual offseason program, without a new deal

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If the Cowboys had launched an actual offseason workout program last Monday, franchise-tagged quarterback Dak Prescott wouldn’t have been there without a new contract. 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 has every right to take that position, for two reasons. First, he’s not currently employed by the Cowboys. They’ve exercised their prerogative to keep him off the market via the franchise tag, and he has exercised his prerogative to not accept it. Second, the program is voluntary; even if he was under contract, he wouldn’t have to participate.

It’s unknown whether the Cowboys and Prescott currently are negotiating, with the goal of getting something done so that he can and will take part in the virtual offseason program. The ultimate deadline arrives on July 15, the last day for signing a franchise-tagged player to a multi-year deal. Before then, however, preparations for the first year of Mike McCarthy as head coach of the Cowboys will be limited by Prescott’s refusal to be part of it, unless the Cowboys finally give Prescott the contract he has earned.

94 responses to “Dak Prescott won’t be participating in virtual offseason program, without a new deal

  1. I would never sign a player who is afraid of getting hurt in a virtual offseason program.

  2. Probably too busy having parties with 30 or more people in violation of state and federal mandates anyhow. . . . .

  3. That’s shortsighted. Even if the Cowboys weren’t going to get a deal done, Prescott should still be doing stuff to get ready to play. It’s not like he has to be tackled in his backyard during this program. What is the harm in participating in a VIRTUAL program?

  4. Dump him.

    Sign Jamsis Winston now that he’s had his eyes medicaly fixed, draft a QB, and pick up a veteren off the waiver wir ( Matt Moore?) The Cowboys don’t need DAK, he’s WAY overrated.

  5. Smart move. Lack of prep with a new head coach will accelerate his decline. He will be out on the street in two years and lucky to get backup money then. Meantime, the Boys should sign (S)Cam. That circus will make the T.O. freak show look like a monastery. Get your popcorn ready!!

  6. This guy seems to have a wildly optimistic view of his own capabilities. In reality, he’s no more than an average NFL starting quarterback at best.

  7. Don’t these athletes know that the days work for a days pay people really could care less about their millions of problems . I really think they are tone deaf to the problems people face everyday. I think they should be ecstatic that they have this talent most of us only dream about. Shut up accept a fair NFL wage and get to work.

  8. I have come to like Dak as a QB, though I have had my concerns.

    But for me it is a major red flag if a franchise QB holds out over contract issues – you want to be the face of the franchise? Put the work in!

    I don’t mind, more or less, any other position holding out. The QB though, he has to be above that! Especially with a completely new coaching staff in place!

  9. Jerrah kept telling him how great he is and now this is what he has, he made his bed and now he has to sleep in it.

  10. Dallas record last three years: 27-21

    I’m pretty sure they could keep that same level of excellence up with one of the other quarterbacks that are currently available for a lot less than what Prescott wants.

    Then spend the extra money shoring up the team at other positions, and they’d have the potential to improve.

  11. I cringe every time I see or hear someone citing “ has every right” in reference to someone else’s actions. Stop clinging to what you’re obligated to do in a legalistic sense and start focussing on what you ought to do.

    He hasn’t signed the tag? Fine. But he wants to be paid like a top tier QB. Those guys are leaders and want to win. That requires leading by example. What does Dak want? He wants a lot more than he’s worth and he’s demonstrating terrible leadership once again.

  12. Rescind the tag, cut him loose, sign a veteran and draft a QB. I lost all respect for him once he started ignoring social distancing mandates. He can’t be counted on to make the right decisions on and off the field and thus isn’t worth nearly what he wants.

  13. This could get interesting. I’ve had the vibe that Jerry is desperate to sign him to a crazy deal but Dak’s greed just might derail things yet. Pretty crazy how quickly Dak has torpedoed his image the past month.

  14. As you stated, he is currently not employed by the Cowboys since he hasn’t signed the tender. So, there’s nothing to see here. He’ll be participating in everything from July 15th on because he will either have a new deal or will have signed to play under the tag. Dak will find that the endorsement money will dry up quickly or be significantly less if he’s not playing for Dallas. I can’t see him being the face of Dannon yogurt as the QB of the Dolphins, Bengals, Panthers or some other less marketable team.

  15. I would think that he would want to be totally in sync with the new system that MCarthey is installing, particularly since he will be a free agent at the end of the year, again. If he struggles with McCarthey’s system that would not bode well.
    But seriously, he is to busy planning his next party with his friend Dez!

  16. He’s already shown his “leadership” qualities last Friday. He has won nothing in his career. I don’t want to hear about his record. Jay Fiedler had a good record for Miami as well, but won nothing. This guy is a GOOD QB… But not worth breaking the bank over…

  17. I guess a precedent has been set for skipping these programs without a long term deal, although as many have said this seems a bit selfish. I always found Prescott to be risk adverse QB that you could win with. He will pile on yards and TDs against bad teams. He reminds me of slightly better version of Tyrod Taylor. From a skill perspective, he is not worth a long term pricey contract. That being said, I always thought he said and did all the right things. However his recent actions do not show that same maturity.

  18. He has the most inflated view of himself than any football player I have ever seen, except maybe for Deion Sanders.

  19. Dear Jerruh Jones,

    Your running back who thinks he can throw, Dakota, is clearly telling you that you and your team should go pound sand. He violated the basic personal responsibility actions in this time of virus by pulling together 30 of his closest friends for a birthday party; now he won’t participate in a made up, virtual offseason program. And he’s telling you that your franchise tag is meaningless and he wants to extort you for extra cash.

    Are you listening?

    I think you should do what a self-respecting GM/Doctor/Owner/Chief Cook and Bottle Washer would do and to send him off via trade to a place that will tolerate his antics. You’ve seen enough to know he’s reached his peak ability and won’t do more than pad his stats.

    Trade the clown, draft younger and cheaper, and find a real QB with some real talent who can actually throw the ball AND win doing so.

    After this point, he’s drawn a line in the sand. Either you blow the line up and send him packing, or you just became his beatch.

    Joe NFL Fan

  20. Cam Newton appears to be healthy and is available. He’d gladly take part in any offseason activities. When healthy he’s a better QB than Prescott.

    Sign Cam for $29 million/yr. Trade Prescott to the Chargers for their 1st round pick. Let them deal with him.

  21. If I were Jerruh, I’d sign up Cam Cheating to a contract full of incentives that he’ll have to hit to make serious money; I’d trade Dakota to the best offer possible to dump him and to send a message that enough is enough. This will also break up the bromance of Dakota and the Bearded Woman Beater and force BWB to actually fulfill his contract terms. And if BWB starts to falter, dump him as well.

    I loathe Cam Cheating, but his running could augment the BWB and he is a moose to bring down. He could be a good one year acquisition now that the so-called franchise QB is a cupcake in disguise.

  22. purpleguy says:
    April 14, 2020 at 9:38 am
    Probably too busy having parties with 30 or more people in violation of state and federal mandates anyhow. . . . .

    —–

    What Federal “Mandates” would those be exactly?

  23. He’s just not that good. If they were smart, they would look at bringing Cam in. But then again, they are the Cowboys, so…..

  24. in a blink of an eye . Dak is now wearing the black hat . that didnt take long . not what a Cowboy QB is suppose to act like. dont call us !!!

  25. Give me a break: At a minimum, he will be getting $33 million having never won a single playoff game. He is not going to blow out his knee watching a zoom presentation. And legalisms aside, how about the simple notion of using his time wisely to get ready for the upcoming season instead of, say, potentially contributing to the spread of the coronavirus by violating shelter place edicts.

  26. Based on the terrible decision making from Prescott in recent days the Cowboys have to be breathing a sigh of relief that they didn’t sign this knucklehead to a long term deal . Prescott will struggle this year because McCarthy isn’t going to kiss his butt like Garrett did . Would not be surprised to see the Cowboys move on from Prescott after this year .

  27. I wonder what he would do if the boys signed Winston to a one year deal with playing time incentives? I’d bet that magical pen would somehow be dripping with ink for Dak to sign his tag then. If not, a Winston gets a head start with the offseason program.

  28. 35 million dollars for a guy whos probably the 10-12th best QB in the league? Newton or Winston would be cheaper and better options.

  29. Not sure why any team would stand for that with a middle of the road quarterback who can’t deliver when it counts the most. Rescind the offer and move on thats it end of story

  30. They could have Newton or Winston today for much less than what Prescott wants. And they’d likely play just as well or better than Prescott.

    And the Cowboys are very much in play for a good QB in the draft. So sign one of the two guys above, draft Hurts, and you’re in *better* shape at QB for probably $12 million/yr less than with Dak. How rare of a chance is it to both sign and draft such solid QBs?

    Joneses – as a lifelong Cowboys fan, let me tell you – you are starting to create a mercenary culture there. Prescott looked like he might be a leader early on but now he’s showing he’s not. Just drop him, sign someone who will appreciate the opportunity, and get your future starter in the draft.

  31. Please correct the end of this post. The Cowboys have “given Prescott the contract he has earned”; such a contract is on his agent’s desk and available for him to sign any day. As is his right, there are aspects of the contract that he wishes to see adjusted, but that doesn’t change the fact that he has been “given” such a contract. Please, pull back on your pro-player bias and cease making it seem as if the team is depriving Prescott of anything. It has made quality market offers, but not necessarily fully adequate ones, and he likewise wants some aspects of the offer changed.

  32. It used to take years to make a college QB into a pro QB but more and more first year quarterbacks are making noise. Look at Patrick Mahomes. I was leary when the Vikings went all in for Cousins but they didn’t have a coaching staff that could start a rookie and be successful. Kansas City did. With Jerry’s money he could bring in whatever resources he needs to make a rookie successful. he is stuck with DAK exactly as long as he choses. They have a new head coach and all new coaching staff. Give them a fresh start with their own new QB. Rescind the offer and be done with this guy. He is a middle of the road QB who thinks he is more. He is critical to your team only if your goal is 8-8.

  33. 1onceuponatimeinthewest1 says: “Shut up accept a fair NFL wage and get to work.”
    ——————————

    WHY DO YOU CARE WHAT SOMEONE ELSE MAKES?

    Seriously, all players knows to stay out of other people’s finances, but fans seem to think they should stick their noses where it doesn’t belong…

  34. Why didn’t Dak sign the contract that was offered him back in Sept? Bad advice from his agent?

  35. Wow, reached a new low in player laziness. Guess he could injure and eye or nail working the keyboard/tablet. Amazes me that a player who will take on a new offense, in a contract year (if no LT deal reached), would shoot himself in foot like that. He doesn’t need mental reps, we’ve already seen enough of his mental game of late.

  36. What a crybaby, the man is not that good, he is great with a great offensive line and Elliot to hand off to. but for his talent is is not in the top 50% of the NFL.

  37. The angry mob is hilarious. Sign Jameis, says the crowd that’s been posting how bad he played (30 -30 Club); sign Cam says the crowd that’s been posting about his wardrobe and how he didn’t go after the fumble in the SB; draft a QB says the the crowd posting about how Dallas is ready to win the SB (AGAIN). This is hilarious.

  38. Well… Dak HAD a deal. Dak had a GREAT deal, from what I read. Dak had a deal that would have paid him more than what he’s worth, and he said no.

    This kid has done very little with a wealth of offensive talent. If I was Jerry I’d be thinking of one word only: UPGRADE.

  39. I moved to Dallas in March 2013. Seven years later, I realized that each offseason since 2013 there’s been at least one or two cowboys players involved in some off the field nonsense, whether it be domestic abuse, punching out a DJ at the club, knocking down a scrawny “security guard”, DUI, suspensions, potential reinstatement from a suspension and now social distancing. Yep, America’s Team alright.

  40. First… All of you sign Cam guys. That would be the biggest mistake Dallas could make at any cost. What they need to do is switch Dak’s tag to to lower priced non exclusive and let him go test the market. Nobody will offer him the amount he is holding out for. So Dallas can match and keep him or let him go and get the two number one picks. Then sign Winston who happens to be a very good QB when reigned in a little. I would prefer to have him than Dak right now. His cost will be lower and it leaves money to improve the team in other areas.

  41. This could blow up in Daks facemask. He was a decent QB @ Miss State but nothing much else. He was a 4th rounder for a reason. His leadership & popularity would be missed in the locker room, but his talent could be replaced quite easily for the $$ he expects. Doesn’t show a lot of common sense lately either……Uncle Jerrah knows the worth.

  42. Ron Jull says:
    April 14, 2020 at 10:21 am

    40 million per season. Every team needs an excellent leader like Dak.

    Get er done Jerry!!!
    ________________________

    Oh my GOD, no.. NO, no, no, no. What the..? NO!

  43. Dak HAS been everything the Cowboys could have asked for in a QB to this point, but he’s gone off the rails, IMO, and I am a fan of his.

  44. Dak, you need to take in what people are saying to a point. The optics aren’t good right now so settle down and do the right things! Participate in the program and practice social distancing. If Mr. France is advising otherwise ask for a second opinion from somebody with boat loads of intelligence and objectivity. I don’t know if you are worth more than $30 per year but that’s obviously not my call, the point being – more than $30 can limit the TEAMs ability to be competitive & when the best in the business are making less you look greedy. Very few athletes in life are irreplaceable so be more thoughtful these next few weeks and months. Hopefully you will make better choices in the future.

  45. Not a cowboys fan at all…….But when they drafted Dak, I used to think highly of this kid when he first came out. Kept his mouth shut played ball and did his job. Earned his teammates praise and followed the rules.

    now….leap frog forward and still no championship…he is a whining diva….it’s all about me……screw the leadership role…..just show me the money…

    Wow was I ever fooled.

  46. TheGuru says:
    April 14, 2020 at 11:14 am

    The angry mob is hilarious. Sign Jameis, says the crowd that’s been posting how bad he played (30 -30 Club); sign Cam says the crowd that’s been posting about his wardrobe and how he didn’t go after the fumble in the SB; draft a QB says the the crowd posting about how Dallas is ready to win the SB (AGAIN). This is hilarious.
    _________________________________

    It’s not hilarious at all. It’s dead serious. And it tells you a lot about just how much “the crowd” thinks about your guy Dak.

    And I don’t see anyone posting about how Dak’s ready to take DAL to the SB.

  47. His team has always been stacked with talent, and Dak has one playoff win. It won’t get better after he gobbles up their cap space.

  48. I would trade him and get what I could get. All he is is a good qb, not great one. And now he is acting like a spoiled teenager. I say NEXT. I would try to trade him to the top 5 teams in the draft.

  49. TheGuru says:
    April 14, 2020 at 11:29 am
    Trivia question: Name the last Cowboys QB to win a playoff game?
    ———————
    Dak Prescott

  50. jurgyisgod says:
    April 14, 2020 at 10:41 am
    Give me a break: At a minimum, he will be getting $33 million having never won a single playoff game. He is not going to blow out his knee watching a zoom presentation. And legalisms aside, how about the simple notion of using his time wisely to get ready for the upcoming season instead of, say, potentially contributing to the spread of the coronavirus by violating shelter place edicts.

    I know 2018 is a long time ago but are You just stupid?

  51. If I were in Dak’s shoes, I think I would remember that I’m still working to negotiate a long-term contract. Being the best leader and teammate possbile, would include drinking all the Kool-Aid: show up, learn from the new coaches, and continue to take the high-road.

    I would think that would lead to a better contract (and better stats and more wins), than doing only what I was contractually obligated to do.

    If I were Mr. Jones, I would rather pay top dollar for someone that is showing up for voluntary activities with a new coach. I might re-check the draft board and look at what free agent options might be available.

  52. @ringheadcrusher says:
    April 14, 2020 at 11:35 am
    TheGuru says:
    April 14, 2020 at 11:14 am

    The angry mob is hilarious. Sign Jameis, says the crowd that’s been posting how bad he played (30 -30 Club); sign Cam says the crowd that’s been posting about his wardrobe and how he didn’t go after the fumble in the SB; draft a QB says the the crowd posting about how Dallas is ready to win the SB (AGAIN). This is hilarious.
    _________________________________

    It’s not hilarious at all. It’s dead serious. And it tells you a lot about just how much “the crowd” thinks about your guy Dak.

    And I don’t see anyone posting about how Dak’s ready to take DAL to the SB.
    ==============================================
    Apparently you weren’t invited to the party. Every season, Cowboys fans, led by their biggest cheerleader, have gone into each season with Dak talking about winning the SB. Have you forgotten the talk about “the triplets are back” and “that O-line can win the SB”? Guess you forgot about all that nonsense. Go back and listen to the local media preseason reports.

  53. @ringheadcrusher says:
    April 14, 2020 at 11:35 am
    TheGuru says:
    April 14, 2020 at 11:14 am

    The angry mob is hilarious. Sign Jameis, says the crowd that’s been posting how bad he played (30 -30 Club); sign Cam says the crowd that’s been posting about his wardrobe and how he didn’t go after the fumble in the SB; draft a QB says the the crowd posting about how Dallas is ready to win the SB (AGAIN). This is hilarious.
    _________________________________

    It’s not hilarious at all. It’s dead serious. And it tells you a lot about just how much “the crowd” thinks about your guy Dak.

    And I don’t see anyone posting about how Dak’s ready to take DAL to the SB.
    ==============================================
    Dak is definitely not my guy. Cowboys are not my team. They got him as a 4th rounder, he exceeded expectations and then they tried to continue to treat him as a 4th round pick. As for the franchise tag, he’d rather have the guarantee. As for why he didn’t take the earlier offer, don’t know and don’t care. All I know is Cowboys are the gift that keeps on giving!

  54. Trade him to the Chargers for the 6th pick, plus. Then draft the kid out of Oregon. Bring in Cam or Winston as a stop gap for the kid to learn. If Cam/Winston does well…let him walk and collect your comp pick. Start young stud who had a year to learn.

    I’d ride Zeke as much as possible this year…you are paying him for it.

    I don’t know. Dak just doesn’t seem to worth that money. Certainly not worth the headache.

  55. For $36 M Jerry can sign Cam Newton AND Jameis Winston and let them battle it out. I don’t see them as a downgrade in the sligthtest to Dak.

    The true value of ANYTHING is what the second highest bidder will pay. Its critical to not overvalue yourself when supply exceeds demand.

  56. He is absolutely right to pursue the best possible deal that he can get.

    He is absolutely wrong in thinking he should be paid as a top five QB. Jerry should be looking to sign and trade him.

  57. This is dumb. You think Jerruh will suddenly get nervous and cave to Dak’s demands because he misses a Zoom meeting? Lol. The Cowboys hold all the cards, and he should know that. He’ll sign the franchise tender if he doesn’t drop his asking price, and play next year on a one year deal.

  58. The Cowboys probably shouldn’t have given Elliot his new deal & definitely shouldn’t have signed Copper for that kind of money. This years draft is loaded at WR. They should let Dak walk and go with another QB in the draft or free agency. Their current big 3 hasn’t won anything and most likely won’t. Jerry Jones seems to be too loyal for his star players at the cost of the teams future.

  59. The country is in lock down but he and his agent thought it would be smart to play hardball by saying he won’t log in for virtual work. What else does he plan on doing?

  60. And the unraveling of Dak’s goodguy image continues. Welcome to the world of
    PR-Spin Doctoring-Image Control where Dak was an anti-Antonio-Brown, just like AB was suppose to be the anti-Leveon-Bell where AB’s antics were kept under wraps for the better part of 6-7 years.
    While Dak has not exhibited anywhere near the pattern of dysfunction as AB, in one area he may have surpassed it. While AB throwing furniture down into a crowded pool could have killed someone, Dax’s posting a video flaunting his disregard for social distancing provided an example and excuse for other knuckleheads to do the same thus endangering many others. At a time when covid19 is tearing a horrific path of suffering and death through the black community the last thing it need are idiots like Dax,AB,Murray…telling everyone that there is no problem, it’s all a hoax.
    Dax’s refusal to participate in off season practice does not rise to the level of the covid19 situation but is may be part of a trend. In any case anyone who still believe in the carefully constructed Mr. Cowboy image is an idiot.

  61. How many people would love to see the franchise tag on Dak be rescinded the day after the draft?

  62. Why in the world would the Chargers give up the 6th pick for Prescott? They already have a similar QB in Taylor except he’ll be in virtual camp this year. Jerruh will soon be saying “I’ll take beatch for 40 million please “…………..

  63. nite2al says:
    April 14, 2020 at 12:04 pm
    Great move, Dak. They had you on the cheap for four years. Time to pony up, Cowpokes!

    ——

    He will soon be hanging out with Kaep and Reid

  64. The Cowboys really botched this one. They should have extended him before the Eagles extended Wentz. But because of their lack of faith in him early, they’re gonna have to overpay to keep him. They don’t have a choice. When you think about the fact that teams will not be together until training camp due to the coronavirus. And then you combine that with the fact that the Eagles are the only team in the division that returns the same coaching staff. The Cowboys simply cannot afford to make a change at quarterback if they expect to compete this season. They couldn’t even beat out an injury depleted 9-7 Eagles team last year for the division. Now they’re going to do it this year with a new coaching staff, new quarterback and no off-season? Keeping Dak is their only chance.

  65. Mike: When has Prescott “EARNED” more than average pay for an average Quarterback?

  66. jquaste says:
    April 14, 2020 at 2:28 pm
    The Cowboys really botched this one. They should have extended him before the Eagles extended Wentz. But because of their lack of faith in him early, they’re gonna have to overpay to keep him. They don’t have a choice. When you think about the fact that teams will not be together until training camp due to the coronavirus. And then you combine that with the fact that the Eagles are the only team in the division that returns the same coaching staff. The Cowboys simply cannot afford to make a change at quarterback if they expect to compete this season. They couldn’t even beat out an injury depleted 9-7 Eagles team last year for the division. Now they’re going to do it this year with a new coaching staff, new quarterback and no off-season? Keeping Dak is their only chance.

    —————————-

    Last year was the Cowboys best opportunity. Every other team in the division was bad. It just turned out that the Eagles were the best bad team in the division and they were starting practice squad players at WR.

    The Cowboys can now go back to talking about the 1990s until whoever replaces Dak comes along. Talent wise, the 2020 Cowboys are worse than the team that missed the playoffs last year.

  67. You can’t trade him, unless he signs the tender, which he won’t. Dak somehow believes he is a top tier QB. I don’t see it and Ole Jerry, is dumb as a post. He would of been better off, trying to get Mariota, for small money and hope he develops into a good quarterback, behind their good O line.

  68. akira1971 says:

    April 14, 2020 at 10:59 am

    1onceuponatimeinthewest1 says: “Shut up accept a fair NFL wage and get to work.”
    ——————————

    WHY DO YOU CARE WHAT SOMEONE ELSE MAKES?

    Seriously, all players knows to stay out of other people’s finances, but fans seem to think they should stick their noses where it doesn’t belong…
    ———————— Seriously , are you a player? It is MY business to know a players salary. Why do you think the NFL puts it out there for us fans. TMZ puts peoples business out to the public. That is the price you pay when you are a celebrity. I/we the consumer then have the right to make a business decision if we would like to pay for this product.

  69. If you are going into a contract year…yes this again would be a contract year. You want to be your best. Being pro Cowboys, I don’t support players I am supposed to pull for holding my team hostage. Zeke is forever stained…

    It’s not about the owner and its not about the player. Its about the brand. You screw the cap, I suffer. You don’t perform, I suffer. The owner is an idiot and mismanages the cap or personnel…i suffer. I miss the 80’s. I am sick of suffering. I don’t mind losing. Its the me me me crowd pointing out how they are wronged while we suffer. Only 1 team can win so a bowl is asking for a lot, but a 30 mil qb won’t virtual train with his team…man I am just tired of it. Then we listen to them do interviews like they are the only people in the world. Get bent. I can’t wait until E Sports takes off. Screw this.

  70. All I know is that Jason Whitten left the Cowboys and signed with the Raiders.

    He was one of the last of what I would call the Landry Cowboys, even though he never played under Landry. He showed up for work every day, never bitched or complained about anything, just showed up and played football. And he gave back to the community. He was a Cowboys’ Cowboy.

    Meredith was the same, except he never won a Super Bowl, still he was an exemplar, made his name on Monday Night Football. He was a great announcer. Staubach didn’t follow him; he made his fortune in real estate, not broadcasting. Aikman, the only other Cowboys quarterback to win a Super Bowl, and he won back-to-back, has succeeded at broadcasting, but with limited results. Tony Romo, who never won anything, has better approval ratings than him.

    Bottom line is that Dakota Prescott is a nobody, even if he is the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. He won’t be getting endorsement deals, commercial deals, or network contracts. This guy is burned toast.

    Cut him now and save the money. There is a game to be played, and winning is all that matters.

  71. VegasWisemen

    So what you are saying is next year we would have an 8 and 8 record with a self serving qb. Well never had a season like that.

  72. Hey Dak! How did the Cowboys do in the playoffs last year? Oh Wait…. Yeah, you may want to get over your overrated self and get to work.

  73. The sense I get from this contract dispute isn’t that he wants too much money, it’s that he didn’t want to commit to a longer term deal. He wants a shorter contract so he could cash in again when the tv deals are up for bidding and the salary cap rises by a considerable amount. Kinda like what the NBA stars like Lebron James was doing in Cleveland or Kevin Durant with Golden State.

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