The Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott have finally agreed to a deal.
Details are quickly coming in. Prescott signed a 4 year, $160 million deal, including $126 million guaranteed. The deal comes with a no trade clause and a no tag provision. The first three years will average $42 million per season.
Dak gets a $66 million signing bonus and will make $75 million in year one, according to Ian Rapoport.
The Cowboys live by the “deadline make deals” philosophy and they have beat another deadline on Monday.
The team and Dak are set to formally announce the signing on Wednesday during a press conference.
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