Dak Prescott may have burst onto the scene out of nowhere in his rookie year to lead the Dallas Cowboys to a 13-3 record, but the 23-year-old signal-caller has no concerns whatsoever over potentially
The Dallas Cowboys had a season for the ages in 2016.
Dak Prescott burst on to the scene as a rookie quarterback and his success left the Dallas Cowboys no choice but to tab him as the team’s starting quarterback, even as Tony Romo returned to hea
Dak Prescott says he and Tony Romo exchanged text messages shortly after the latter announced his retirement earlier this week.
As the dust settles following a profoundly disappointing end to what otherwise was a magical season, the Dallas Cowboys have begun the process of looking forward to the 2017 NFL season.
Jerry Jones recently admitted that he has intentionally fueled the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback controversy involving incumbent starter Dak Prescott and the sitting Tony Romo.
Jerry Jones earlier this week continued his Texas two-step when it comes to the Dallas Cowboys’ starting quarterback position.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was somewhat cryptic when addressing the team’s quarterback position by not explicitly envisioning a scenario where the Tony Romo would replace Dak Prescott.
After over a half-season’s worth of speculation, the Dallas Cowboys officially announced last week that Tony Romo would indeed serve as Dak Prescott’s backup in last Sunday’s game a
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones again on Tuesday remained noncommittal on what the team intends to do at the quarterback position when Tony Romo is ready to play again.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has attempted to temper the arguably unreasonable expectations being thrust upon Dak Prescott as the young quarterback prepares to fill-in for the injured Tony Romo.