Talks between Cowboys and Prescott stall

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  1. Reid1boys

    Reid1boys Well-Known Member

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    BINGO!!!! I was always an advocate of letting him play out this entire season and then judge his play. There is NO EXCUSES at this point. This is his 4th year as a starter. He is no longer the young inexperienced guy. There is no excuse as to his WR corps. We have damn good WRs at this time. Zeke is healthy, O line is deep. This is it. If he balls out this year, Cowboys will have to pay him big bucks, and nobody in here could possibly complain about it. If he is avg..... then we got a problem.
     
  2. cern

    cern Well-Known Member

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    most of his deal will be guaranteed. most can't imagine the line of credit extended by a bank to persons having 100 million in guaranteed money. an investors greatest dream. he could easily be earning in excess of 10% on that money yearly.
     
  3. Reid1boys

    Reid1boys Well-Known Member

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    it is crazy how quickly the guaranteed portion of these contracts has escalated. Sometime soon, a team is gonna get burned by this.
    Question, if Gurly retired due to his knee... do the rams get some kind of cap relief?
     
  4. landryscorner

    landryscorner Well-Known Member

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    DAK will play out his contract why pay him early...HE IS UNDER CONTRACT...regardless of what kind of money he can get maybe even more than the 34-40mil per to Jerry it's peanuts.
     
  5. Wood

    Wood Well-Known Member

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    I agree. I believe Dak is asking Russell Wilson money. So let him show over 16 games that he is as good as Wilson. He can be. Dallas has time on their side because there is no down side to waiting since Dak is already asking top dollars. They also have franchise in their back pocket.
     
  6. Proof

    Proof Well-Known Member

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    Lol wat? Standing up? Cowboys got 4 yrs of the cheapest work out of Dak that you will ever see. If he wants to structure things to his advantage then more power to him. Smh
     
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  7. ConstantReboot

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    The agents are ruining the game. Dak doesn't care for the money. He just wants to play. Heck, Dak wants to finish his career as a Cowboy and doesn't want top QB money.

    Agents need to sometimes abide what the players are willing to play for and stop milking the teams of every little cent.
     
  8. Reid1boys

    Reid1boys Well-Known Member

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    they got 3, not 4. And when you are a 4th rounder... too bad. He was lucky to get to start ar a rookie. He goes to almost any oher team, hes still holding a clip board. It worked out well for him and Dallas.
     
  9. Proof

    Proof Well-Known Member

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    uhh. He’s making like 2 mil this yr. 4 yrs

    you don’t have to explain the economics of his rookie deal nor the circumstances. But since you are so familiar and comfortable with it, you should feel the same about whatever his next deal happens to be.
    And yes. Worked out well for both. Not sure why you’re upset that both included Dak
     
  10. ThemDangMartians

    ThemDangMartians Well-Known Member

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    ...ok then...Dak's in no hurry for a contract now...he wants to win a Super bowl first and then talk!...Ok....I'm game with that!...:thumbup:
     
  11. Reid1boys

    Reid1boys Well-Known Member

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    im not upset, and Ive said forever now that I hope we do pay dak bucks... because that menas hes been playing like brees.
     
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  12. Doomsday

    Doomsday Rising Star

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    You going to play on a 1-year deal worth $2 million this year, leaving at least $28 million on the table and risking injuries?

    How do you make up $28 million?
     

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