Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys have a deal — and it’s massive. The team on Monday reached an agreement with its star quarterback on a four-year, $160 million contract extension that includes $125 million guaranteed and a no-trade clause, according to
Published: 2021-03-08 07:14 pm
Dak Prescott agrees to massive Cowboys contract extension
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Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys have a deal — and it’s massive.

The team on Monday reached an agreement with its star quarterback on a four-year, $160 million contract extension that includes $125 million guaranteed and a no-trade clause, according to multiple reports.

The first three years of the deal will average $42 million, according to ESPN. The deal also comes with a no-tag clause, according to NFL Network.  

The team previously had the option to franchise tag the 27-year-old, who missed most of last season after fracturing his ankle against the Giants in Week 5.

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