Cowboys VP expects to negotiate fair, flexible deal with Dak Prescott
At some point, the Dallas Cowboys know they will have to sit down and negotiate a long-term deal with quarterback Dak Prescott, and the team is optimistic they can pay him fairly while also giving themselves room to build a good team around him.
Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones said the team wants to pay Prescott “fairly,” but also hinted that the team wants to find a deal that allows them flexibility to improve in other departments.
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones: “I know Dak’s No. 1 goal is to win Super Bowls. I feel good that we’ll find our way to a place that the contract enables us to surround him with a great supporting cast. … He certainly deserves to be paid fairly.” https://t.co/c7pBnrR5AP
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) April 8, 2019
Prescott isn’t the only Cowboy who may be in line for a new contract this summer. It sounds like Jones is laying the groundwork for negotiations that have not yet commenced, but will at some point in the relatively near future.