Irvin advocated for giving Dak his big extension on to of well-deserved back pay for having him excel the previous years.
“Dak has been not great, but perfect. Not necessarily in wins and losses, of course. But I’m talking about just the person that he’s been. The kind of investment you want to make, the kind of guy you say ‘yeah, we hit it with this guy. We got him in the fourth round.’ You stole four years, so whatever he gets he deserves because you still owe him back pay,” Irvin said, via the Dallas Morning News.
Prescott has made a total of less than $5 million through four NFL seasons.
But his payday is coming, and it should more than make up for his meager earnings thus far.
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