ESPN Insider Believes Dak Prescott Could Be In Final Season With Cowboys

Dak Prescott is one of the most successful regular seasons QB in 2023. It wasn’t quite enough to propel the Dallas Cowboys into postseason glory.

Prescott is now entering the final year on the four-year extension worth $160 million he signed in 2020. This raises questions about his future with the Cowboys.

Dan Graziano, ESPN’s Dan Graziano said on Get up today that it is possible we will see Prescott play with a different team in 2025.

Jerry Jones , the owner of Dallas, was asked about Prescott’s long-term contract. He declined to sign the three-time Pro Bowler, saying that the team will take a “holistic” approach to the off-season.

Clarence Hill Jr., a longtime Cowboys writer and beat reporter, called Jones’s next offering “a confusing ditty.”

“Dak has done nothing to change my mind about any promise for the future,” Jones said. “I think I’ve said that we will go as far as Dak takes us in the playoffs. Remember that. We will go as far as Dak takes us. And that is how far we went. That doesn’t change a thing. We’ll go as far as Dak takes us.”

Prescott’s Cowboys have lost the Wild Card round for the second time in 3 years. This has led to criticism from outside, and even the quarterbacks brother said that he would be better off in a different organization.

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