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Dak Prescott asking for $40 million per year contract

Dak Prescott asking for $40 million per year contract

The Cowboys are also negotiating long-term deals for Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper.

The Dallas quarterback, who's entering his fourth season in the NFL, turned down a contract that would offer him an annual $30 million salary in hopes to receive a $40 million offer, according to NFL Network's Jane Slater.

The last half of that report was, frankly, #fakenews.

Dak Prescott is not seeking $40 million a year in a new contract.

So why did that get reported? He said the most he ever made was $16 million.

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In keeping Wentz in the fold, Philadelphia brass preferred to set its own market instead of letting the Cowboys do it for them with the Prescott extension looming.

Even though Jared Goff was the top overall selection by the Los Angeles Rams from the NFL Draft back in 2016, Dak Prescott will go down as one of the biggest steals that year after the Dallas Cowboys managed to snag him in the fourth round.

Prescott has 67 touchdown passes and 25 interceptions since entering the National Football League in 2016 and taking over as the starter from an injured Tony Romo.

Prescott, 26, can be a free agent after the 2019 season-unless the Cowboys place the franchise tag on their signal caller. If Prescott is worthy of that deal (and, given his accomplishments relative to Garoppolo's, Prescott is), giving him that deal right now would translate to a new money average of $33.8 million per year.

Prescott now earns just over $2 million a year. There's no way the number became inflated in two months by $6 million per year, and there's every reason to regard Monday's report as evidence that the Cowboys may be feeling like they're on the ropes in these negotiations.