The Cowboys have had their hands full trying to reach new deals with their top offensive players.  Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper all want new contracts.

We now know why the deals are taking so long to get done.  According to the Athletic’s Michael Lombardi, Prescott turned down an offer from the Cowboys that would have paid him $30 million a year.

Top five quarterback money for a guy who isn’t close to being a top five quarterback.

Flip the Page for the Details of Prescott Turning Down a $30 Million a Year Deal: