The Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott are still working on new deal.  The two sides haven’t been able to reach an agreement, despite the fact that Dallas has increased their original offer that included $105 million in guaranteed money.

The issue with the offer might not be with the money.  According to the NFL Network’s Jane Slater, Prescott doesn’t want a long-term deal.  He’s eyeing a four-year contract that exceeds the contract the Rams gave Jared Goff.

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Goff’s signed a four-year, $134 million deal with Los Angeles.  If a deal can’t be reached the Cowboys will franchise tag Prescott.  If he is tagged he isn’t expected to holdout.

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