The likelihood of Dak Prescott being franchise tagged by the Dallas Cowboys appears to be increasing by the day.
Michael Irvin helped give life to the rumor that the Dallas Cowboys are interested in replacing Dak Prescott with Tom Brady. Now he’s trashing the logic of that rumor.
Dak Prescott appears to be destined for the franchise tag with a long-term extension still not in place for the star quarterback, but the Dallas Cowboys remain hopeful that the situation will not get
Tom Brady’s impending free agency has led to some wild hypothetical situations being thrown around, and one of them is Brady suiting up for the Cowboys in 2020.
The Dallas Cowboys have said numerous times publicly that they want to sign Dak Prescott to a long-term contract extension, but it does not sound like the two sides are on the verge of an agreement.
The Dallas Cowboys’ top offseason priorities remain to keep what they already have.
Mike McCarthy had a whirlwind week with the Dallas Cowboys.
Jason Garrett does not have the type of job security with the Dallas Cowboys that Dak Prescott has earned this season, but the quarterback gave a great reminder on Thursday that he and his coach have