Per Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram:
The two sides came close to deal in September on a contract that would have paid him roughly $33 million annually, sources said, before talks broke down when Prescott upped his asking price.
“I don’t want to get into the details, but we have offered him significant money,” Jones said. “The money we have offered Dak no matter how you look at it would put him as a top five quarterback in the NFL. That is the way we feel about him. He is one of the best.”
The Cowboys may use the franchise tag on Prescott to buy time, but Dak has said he might not show up if he gets tagged.
Expect him to hold out.
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