Dak Prescott Makes His Feelings On Contract Extension Clear

Dak Prescott has one year left on his current contract, but with a cap hit of over $60 million 

the Dallas Cowboys should sign him to a long-term agreement and free up more money for this season. 

Prescott addressed his contract predicament at a charity event on Monday night, stating he is "definitely confident" that an extension will be agreed upon. 

"It benefits both the team and the numbers."Everything is fantastic. It will happen," Prescott said, according to Nick Harris of DallasCowboys.com. 

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones recently claimed that the team does not need to extend Prescott, but he does not envision a future without the three-time Pro Bowler.

"Our whole thing with Dak is him being a Cowboy," Jones went on to say. "That's all that's on our mind." 

ESPN proposed a scenario over the weekend in which Prescott will suit up for a new team in 2025, but it now seemed doubtful. The most likely possibility is a lucrative new deal for the veteran signal caller. 

I believe Dak Prescott will command somewhere around $60 million per year, potentially making him the highest-paid quarterback in football," Bleacher Report's Jordan Schultz stated recently. 

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