FRISCO, Texas – Dak Prescott defines his intention, not surprisingly. "I mean, I want to be a Cowboy forever," Prescott said on Wednesday night in Dr Pepper Ballpark, where the quarterback and his teammates raise money for the Salvation Army by Reliant Home Run Derby. "I think people making the deal feel the same way, so to me, this is not a hurry. I know it's over."
Prescott is set to make $ 2.02 million in the last year of his four years The rookie contract he signed after the Dallas Cowboys draft in the fourth round in 2016.
Last week, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones talks with agents for Prescott and the broad receiver Amari Cooper is "off and run," and Jones does not judge a deal for running back Ezekiel Elliott, either
Owner and general manager Jerry Jones says Prescott is a priority for the future and he knows it will come at a great price.
Russell signed a four year extension, $ 140 million in Seattle Seahawks. Prescott probably finds an agreement that can take up to $ 30 million per year.
Last month, DeMarcus Lawrence signed a five-year, $ 105 million deal with most Cowboys history on average each year ($ 21 million) and guaranteed money ($ 65 million). Prescott numbers are above scores.
"All generational money, the money that changes lives, so it's just a blessing in this position," Prescott says. "But as the numbers are concerned, my focus is in the locker room, and that everyone will take care of itself."
From 2016, only Tom Brady has won more games than Prescott in the NFL. Prescott was named the NFL Rookie of the Year in 2016 after winning for a wounded Tony Romo and threw 23 touchdown passes with four interceptions led by Cowboys in a NFC-best 13-3 record.
Prescott has started every game in his career, collecting 32-16 records with two NFC East titles and two playoff plays. He followed his rookie campaign with a back-to-back season with 22 touchdown passes. He has 13 interceptions in 2017 and eight in 2018. He is the only quarterback in NFL history to throw for at least 20 touchdown passes and run for at least five scores each in his first three seasons.
The Cowboys took the fifth year Elliott's contract option for 2020 for $ 9.09 million, and they want to sign him in a long-term deal, as well.
Elliott won two rushing titles in his first three seasons. He posted a career-high 77 reception for 567 yards last season, and he ran at 1,434 yards. and attitudes of what might happen in the future?
"Get out and play football," Elliott says. "You know, do what I do."