Report: Dak Prescott "Grateful & Blessed" To Be A Dallas Cowboy Despite Failing To Reach Agreement On New Deal

Josh Clark
July 15, 2020 - 4:11 pm

DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Dak Prescott doesn't feel the same way as his brother, at least publicly. 

The Dallas Cowboys quarterback spoke to NFL Network reporter Jane Slater Wednesday afternoon after he and the team failed to reach a deal before the 3 p.m. deadline imposed on players who were franchise tagged.

"Dak Prescott declined to clarify but disputes some of the details reported here. Tells me while he did talk to Stephen Jones & try to get a deal done he's grateful and blessed to be a Cowboy and working & moving forward to do whatever he can to help the team win a Super Bowl," Slater wrote on Twitter. 

Slater made the comments after reporting just after the deadline that Prescott wanted to get the deal done, and even got involved in the negotiations before the deadline "but it was just too late," according to her source.

Prescott will be betting on himself once again in 2020 and will earn $31.409 million to do so.