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Cowboys, Prescott come to terms on $160 million deal

Cowboys, Prescott come to terms on $160 million deal

No need to hold your breath any longer. Dak Prescott, officially, will remain a Dallas Cowboys.

Word broke Monday evening from ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys agreed on a four-year, $160 million deal, including a record $126 million guaranteed.

The deal can be worth up to $164 million, per sources of Schefter, and includes a $66 million to signing bonus and $75 million in year one. The first three years average will sit at $42 million — making Prescott the highest paid player in the league.

The deal also includes a no-trade and no tag clause.

Prescott is coming off an ankle injury that caused him to miss the final 11 games of the 2020 season. Dallas has missed the playoffs the past two seasons, but in those times Prescott has statistically been one of the league’s top quarterback threats.

Prescott nearly threw for 5,000 yards in his last full season, along with 30 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.

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