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Dak Prescott wants a shorter deal, while the Cowboys want a longer one

by Adam Koffler | Cowboys Correspondent | Thu, May 21st 2:35pm EDT

There have been no discussions between QB Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys outside of the terms that are currently on the table, reported at five-years and $175M. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

It was reported earlier that the Cowboys offered Prescott $175M over five years and that he turned down their offer, saying that he wanted “north of $45M” for the last year of his deal. Prescott more than likely wants a shorter deal so that he can capitalize on his market value in two to three years from now and potentially receive a second huge contract. The Cowboys meanwhile, want to lock him in for five years at what they believe is his current market value in order to secure their future at the quarterback position for as long as possible.

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