This is a pricey hag.
Dak Prescott is going to be the Dallas Cowboys quarterback in 2021 and beyond, with the news of Prescott's shiny new four-year, $ 160 million contract on Monday night. According to the report, the deal is $ 126 million in guaranteed money.
This is, of course, a cause for celebration, especially among siblings. Tack Prescott, Duck's older brother, shared a heartbreaking picture of two family members after being called on contract.
“When your younger brother gets the call, give @dallascowboys @dak time to win the Super Bowl,” the tweet reads, embracing it with an image of the brothers.
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Prescott's signature expires the organization's one-year long term and its franchise quarterback tries to figure out a longer-term deal. Reports surfaced in 2020 that Prescott was seeking $ 40 million a year, a number that was initially bluffed, but it appears that all of Prescott's wishes were saturated with the signing of the contract.
Presscott goes from a fourth-round pick to one of the highest-paid QBs in the AAV ($ 40 million per season), trailing only Chief Quarterback Patrick Mahome ($ 45 million per season).