Lets face it Dak is highly likely going to be here for the next few seasons. Jerry Jones has been vocal about extending Dak this coming off season. In the anticiparion of a contract extension with Prescott, here is a possible contract scenario where I feel the needs of both sides would be met. 5 year $110 million/75 million guaranteed 2019 cap hit - 17 million 2020 cap hit - 21 million 2021 cap hit - 25 million 2022 cap hit 25 million (12 million dead money and 15 million in cap savings, if cut) 2023 cap hit - 27 million (27 million in cap savings, if cut) This provides stability at the most important position in the game and is not selling the farm to ensure a capable starter is behind the center. The salary cap has been increasing yearly and by 2023 it should be well over $200 million. Dak would only be accounting for 10-12% of the team's cap and it will allow for other home grown talent to be paid. I also see it as a benefit to get the extension done this coming off season, due to Goff and Wentz more than likely getting massive extensions in 2020. Which very well could raise Dak's asking price. What are your thoughts? If you aren't a fan of Dak and don't want to see him here any longer than next season, what do you consider should be done to solidify the position over the next two off seasons? Edit: Since he is under contract for 2019 already, perhaps an extension would change to something like this: 2019 cap hit - 800k 2020 cap hit - 17 million 2021 cap hit - 21 million 2022 cap hit - 25 million 2023 cap hit - 25 million (12 dead 13 cap savings) 2024 cap hit - 27 million Maybe even give him a higher 2019 cap hit and lower some of the future year's cap hits, if possible. For example, his 2023 cap hit would remain the same, but if he is released, he would only count 4 million as dead money and 21 million in cap savings. Sorry, I am not a cap expert.