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Postby linchao » 11 Oct 2019, 03:22

The Cowboys have one long-term deal done with more to go. With defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence out of the way , the Cowboys have started work on the contracts of receiver Amari Cooper and quarterback Dak Prescott.“Yeah, we’re always open to looking at things,” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said on 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday. “Certainly if there are opportunities there that make sense, then we’ll progress. I think pretty much everybody’s on it pretty good that there’s some pretty active discussions now with Dak and Amari, but it doesn’t mean that some can’t pick up in short order with other players that we have on our roster that we certainly want to keep here in Dallas and have them remain Cowboys in the future.”The quarterback market has gone crazy in two years, and Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson set a new bar early Tuesday morning. Wilson now is the league’s highest-paid player, with a four-year, $140 million extension that includes a $65 million signing bonus.Jones was quick to point out that Wilson and Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, whose contract averages $33.5 million per season , both have won a Super Bowl.Prescott is 32-16 in the regular season in his career but 1-2 in the postseason and has never gone beyond the divisional round. But then, Matthew Stafford ($27 million per year), Jimmy Garoppolo ($27.5 million), Kirk Cousins ($28 million), Matt Ryan ($30 million) and Andrew Luck ($24.6 million) also have never won a Super Bowl as a starter.Jones said last week that Prescott’s deal must be “team friendly” to maintain a competitive roster around him, and Jones repeated that Tuesday.“You’re talking about two guys there who, between Rodgers and Russell Wilson, have won Super Bowls that have had success year in and year out taking their teams to the playoffs,” Jones said. “Russell Dallas Cowboys Customized Jerseys , both of them have been to a couple of Super Bowls, or at least I know Russell has been. So, yeah, those are guys who are going to make those type of jumps. But I’m not concerned. I think at the end of the day if there’s any position that has to keep an eye out, not only for the themselves, but they have to keep an eye out on their team in terms of how much cap space they take up, these quarterbacks are those guys because, at the end of the day, they’re going to make a lot of money. The bigger for them in terms of their career and what they’re all about is how much did they win Dallas Cowboys T-Shirts , how many Super Bowl rings do they have on their fingers, those are all huge deals. And they know if at some point they take up too much cap space at the end of the day, then it can hurt their chances in terms of winning.” Plus, is CDTShareTweetShareShareCowboys news: Jon Kitna and Kellen Moore plan to take offense to the next levelMatthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports‘I threw that pick’: Cowboys QB coach Jon Kitna draws from wealth of playing experience in new role - Kate Hairopoulos, SportsDayJon Kitna is gearing up for his season as the QBs coach for the Dallas Cowboys. He is using his playing experience as a coach.Kellen Moore must get the Dallas Cowboys offense back on track - Nathan Jones, The Landry HatKitna will be working with fellow former Cowboys backup signal caller Kellen Moore to take the offense to the next level.There has been positive feedback on Moore from those around the team, which is definitely a plus.Dallas Cowboys rookie minicamp: Day 2 - The Star-TelegramThe Star-Telegram takes you through the second day of rookie minicamp with all of the pictures and shots from the day.Cowboys RB Mike Weber leaves practice with knee injury, expected to get an MRI - Jon Machota, SportsDayDallas Cowboys: 3 free agent running backs that make sense - Steven Mullenax , The Landry HatWith Weber hurt, it is a good time to look at potential running backs on the free agent market. Pro Football Focus lists Cowboys as a good landing spot for free-agent safety Eric Berry- SportsDaySpeaking of the free agent market, there are still some out there that believe Eric Berry would be a fit in Dallas.Dallas Cowboys: Are we undervaluing Byron Jones and the CB position? - Reid Hanson, SportDFWAre we undervaluing Byron Jones?Would A Byron Jones Extension Eclipse Xavien Howard’s 76.5M Deal? - Mauricio Rodriguez, Inside The StarDolphins corner Xavien Howard recently cashed in big. What does that mean for Byron Jones?Projecting Every NFL Team’s Starting Lineup for 2019 - Ian Wharton, Bleacher ReportWharton went through each team’s starting lineup for the upcoming season. Agree or disagree with anything?
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