Marshall Faulk has become a major player in the ongoing contract drama plaguing the Dallas Cowboys on two fronts, and the harsh shot he took at Dak Prescott is likely to generate the most noise.
Much is being made this week of the exorbitant contract demands purportedly set forth by Dak Prescott.
The big news in the NFL on Monday surrounded a report that Dak Prescott rejected a contract offer from the Dallas Cowboys that would have paid him $30 million per season.
Dak Prescott was arguably a glaring omission from the recently released “Top 100 Players of 2019” from NFL Network, and the Dallas Cowboys quarterback intends to use the slight as motivation.
It remains to be seen when the Dallas Cowboys will resolve Dak Prescott’s contract conundrum, but the quarterback certainly appreciates Amari Cooper’s flattering comments concerning where negotiations
Dak Prescott gave the impression Thursday that he’s not overly concerned over the timing of a potential contract extension, saying there’s no reason to fret over things as it will get done at some poi
The Philadelphia Eagles got the trash talk started ahead of Sunday’s huge divisional showdown with the Dallas Cowboys courtesy of harsh comments from starting linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill.
Dak Prescott will match the $21,000 donation to The Salvation Army previously made by Dallas Cowboys teammate Ezekiel Elliott, reports The Dallas Morning News.
Jerry Jones has again come to the defense of Dak Prescott, arguing the third-year Dallas Cowboys quarterback has all the skills, tools and intangibles desired in a franchise quarterback.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones not surprisingly is quite proud of Dak Prescott over his strong stance regarding the national anthem.
The Dallas Cowboys have experienced a lot of changes on offense as the team prepares for the 2018 NFL season.
Dak Prescott, unlike many of his fellow NFL players, regards the league instituting a clear policy concerning expected conduct during the national anthem as a positive.
Jerry Jones said this week that Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension may have come with one positive in that it helped usher along Dak Prescott’s development as a quarterback.
Tony Romo will be in the booth alongside partner Jim Nantz for Sunday’s game between the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs at AT&T Stadium.
Jason Pierre-Paul on Thursday night reacted to Dak Prescott’s guarantee that the Dallas Cowboys will successfully defend last season’s NFC East title by winning the division again in 2017