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The Dallas Cowboys are reportedly working on making Dak Prescott the highest-paid player in the NFL. Prior to the end of the 2023 season, Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schultz reported that the Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott are ‘highly motivated’ to get a deal done.

In an update provided by Mike Fisher of Cowboys Country, both sides are ready to sit down and hammer out details on a historic contract extension for the veteran signal-caller.

Prescott could be making in the range of $55 million to $65 million annually if he and the Cowboys can agree to terms.

If the deal were to get done in the $55 to $65 million annually range, Prescott would be either tied with Cincinnati Bengals QB, Joe Burrow ($55 mil.) or in the sole lead when it comes to annual salaries.


However, it is unlikely that the 30-year-old will surpass Kansas City Chiefs QB and former two-time league MVP Patrick Mahomes’ total worth of $450 million (over 10 years).

Prescott is currently a $40 million player. He’ll soon be a $50 or $65 million player, which could make him the highest-paid player in the NFL. … always. The debate about whether he’s “worthy” will be part of this, and rightly so: Is Prescott really the “best QB”? What has he done to justify a $50 or $65 million salary? Maybe he should accept a discount that would be more beneficial to the team? What did he do to secure the next big step? If Dak and the Cowboys handle themselves as seven-point underdogs today, and do so again next week, the Cowboys’ commitment will seem more justified to critics. As you know.

Dallas Cowboys’ Dak Prescott has a huge 2023 season. After injuries and a disappointing 2022 campaign, Dak Prescott bounced back very strongly in 2023.

That’s because the former Mississippi State QB currently ranks fifth in MVP odds with just two weeks left in the regular season. . The veteran signal caller has completed more than 68% of his passes, throwing for 3,892 yards and 30 touchdown passes along with two more scores on the ground.

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