As the deadline for reaching a long-term agreement approaches, the Dallas Cowboys made their final offer to quarterback Dak Prescott.
The Cowboys offered Prescott a deal that would earn him $ 33 million to $ 35 million a year with more than $ 100 million guaranteed, reports Jane Slater of NFL Network.
Such figures would place the 26-year-old in the same range as Russell Wilson, Ben Roethlisberger and Jared Goff in terms of annual earnings; they own the second, third and fourth annual salaries respectively among the quarterbacks of the NFL.
Talks between Prescott camp and the Cowboys are said to be stalled. Total guaranteed money could be a problem in negotiations.
Suppose it is 5 years, $ 175 million, with $ 110 million guaranteed. It’s 2021: $ 37.7 million
2022: 54,2 M $
= 123 M $ https://t.co/lNlMM8sPeZ
– Spotrac (@spotrac) July 15, 2020
Prescott has already signed its tender for the franchise, which will pay him $ 31.4 million for the 2020 season if he and the Cowboys fail to reach a multi-year deal before the 4:00 p.m. ET deadline on Wednesday.