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Cowboys restructure Dak Prescott, Zack Martin deals to create salary cap space

The Dallas Cowboys re-structured two big contracts to get below the NFL salary cap. They are gaining $22 million by reworking the deals of quarterback Dak Prescott and All-Pro offensive lineman Zack Martin. Most of it came after the Cowboys turned Prescott’s base salary into a signing bonus.
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Hurts Vs. the World Part 3: Dak Prescott

Welcome to part three of “Hurts Vs. the World”, a series of articles in which I compare Jalen Hurts to other young QB’s around the league. This article is a bit different considering Dak Prescott isn’t viewed as “young” anymore. That being said, I still think this a great comparison, especially since both of them are in the NFC East.
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Dez Bryant Tells Dak Prescott to 'Learn How to Read Defenses' From Tony Romo

It's time to add former Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant to the list of critics of starting quarterback Dak Prescott. Following Dallas's 23–17 loss to San Francisco in last weekend's NFC wild-card game, Prescott was the target of widespread criticism for multiple reasons, including the team's decision to call a run up the middle of the field for him with no timeouts left late in the fourth quarter, as well as his comments in the postgame presser lauding fans for throwing trash at officials as they exited the field.
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NFL World Reacts To What Tony Romo Said About Dak Prescott

Tony Romo didn’t like how Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott handled the end of the game on Sunday. After Prescott slid at the 25-yard line, he hurried up to the line with the center but didn’t find the ref so he could properly spot the ball. Romo confirmed during...
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Cowboys’ season ends on horrendous final play call for Dak Prescott

What in the heck were the Dallas Cowboys thinking? That’s all that can be asked after seeing the way their 23-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers went down on Sunday. The Cowboys got the ball back with 32 seconds left and needed to go 80 yards to win. They moved the ball quickly with three straight passes, bringing up a 2nd-and-1 at the 49ers 41.
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Cowboys' Mike McCarthy explains why he kept Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, other offensive starters in vs. Eagles

NFL teams whose playoff seeding is all but locked up often rest their starters in advance of the postseason. That wasn't the case for the Cowboys on Saturday night. Quarterback Dak Prescott, running back Ezekiel Elliott and most of the rest of the first-string offense remained in the game until early in the fourth quarter. Their last drive ended with Prescott throwing his fifth touchdown pass of the game, which broke Tony Romo's franchise record for passing touchdowns in a season.
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Top-10 Week 17 QB Storylines: Tom Brady's MVP chances, Rookie QB stock watch, Kyler Murray vs. Dak Prescott

How about that ride in? I guess that’s why they call it the NFL. Anyways, seemingly the only consistency during the first 16 weeks of the 2021 NFL season was the general inconsistency at hand. High-end quarterback play has largely been missing — at least consistently — the entire season. There are certainly plenty of contenders out there, but each of the league’s top-five scoring offenses — the Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs and Indianapolis Colts have proven to be quite mortal on more than one occasion throughout the year.
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Cowboys' Stephen Jones Defends Dak Prescott amid Struggles: 'The Consummate Leader'

Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones has faith in Dak Prescott despite the quarterback's recent struggles. "Dak is the consummate leader, the consummate worker," Jones said, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. "If I was going to bet on anybody, it's No. 4." The Cowboys are 3-3 in their...
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