The long wait is over, and it appears that it is worth it.
After months of inactivity on behalf of the Cowboys about quarterback Dac Prescott, it appears that Dallas will make a major investment in the sixth-year signal-caller. According to a report by ESPNR17;s Adam Shekre, Prescott signed a four-year deal worth $ 160 million on Monday.
It reportedly includes a $ 126 million guaranteed and NFL-record $ 66 million signing bonus; Ian Rapoport of NFL Network said the contract also included no-trade and no-tag clauses.
The Cowboys are offering Duck Prescott a four-year, $ 160 million deal, including a record $ 126 million guarantee, the source tells ESPN.
Average $ 42 million per year in the first three years.
After Adam Adam (@AdamSchefter) March 8, 2021
Full terms on postal Prescott contract: 4 years, $ 160M, up to $ 164M. He gets a no-trade clause and no tag provision. The guarantee is $ 126M. On Large scale.
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Yo !!!!! @ Dak!!! Congratulations brotha well deserved… crap i feel like i got paid !!!
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