It appears like there ought to be no expectation of a fast decision to Dak Prescott’s long-term contract scenario.
The Dallas Cowboys have till July 15 to type out a long-term cope with their franchise-tagged quarterback. ESPN insider Jeremy Fowler stated on Sunday’s version of “SportsCenter” that it might take that lengthy to get a deal finished, through Garrett Stepien of 247Sports activities:
“I proceed to listen to, from sources, that Prescott and the Cowboys are each prepared to tug this out to the July 15 franchise tag deadline if that’s the way in which it’s going to be. And that’s the paste proper now. It’s been sluggish during the last month, they usually nonetheless have a spot in cash and variety of years on the contract. So Prescott’s keen to be affected person as nicely.”
Fowler added that many across the league imagine Prescott would signal if he acquired a proposal for 4 years and someplace round $35 million yearly.
That’s fairly near the provide that Prescott reportedly rejected. Finally, Prescott is digging in and pushing for a four-year deal whereas the Cowboys need 5. This most likely will get finished when one facet blinks.