The quarterback has a contract through the 2024 season and would count $59.4 million toward next year’s salary cap.
FRISCO – Since the beginning of the training camp Dallas Cowboys They signed the cornerback Trevon DiggsSecurity Malik Hooker and proper tackle Terence Steele on contract extensions and restructured the Right Guard agreement Zack Martinthey would also like to agree on something with the quarterback Dak Prescott and wide receivers Cee Dee Lamb.
Prescott j lamb They have a contract through the 2024 season, with the quarterback expected to count toward next year’s salary cap for $59.4 million.
“You live with such numbers, especially the big ones, all the time. You always have them in your head,” admitted the owner and managing director. Jerry Jones a 105.3 The fan, a Dallas, this Tuesday. “There’s never a moment when he’s gone because you have to get everything fit. And then you have a decision about a player in your head after six months. That’s just basic. We hope so.” Dac stay with us for a long time. And yes, we will always handle them with multi-number schemes that might work.”
Jerry Jones has repeatedly expressed a desire to renew with Dak Prescott to a contract extension, but that would eat up some of this year’s salary cap. In 2024 Prescott He plans to earn a salary of $29 million plus a $5 million squad bonus.
Come on cowboys made the option valid for the fifth year of the contract CeeDee lamb for 2024 at a cost of $17.99 million, but they have been in offseason talks with their agent about an extension that would make him one of the league’s highest-paid wide receivers. NFL.
In the past, some players have used the first week of a season as a kind of blueprint for completing a contract. It is not clear if either of these two players expressed the same thing cowboysBut Jones He said the team is ready to continue talks into the regular season.
“And then maybe it’s a better time for them to get to the point where they can make a decision,” he explained. Jones. “We all know, I know, that there are times when you get up and feel like you’re closing something that could have an open ending. If I get the chance, we’ll do it. That has to sound flexible because it is.” It is. It’s a moving part. The real situation we are dealing with is injury and we are dealing with rising costs and devaluation of talent levels. And it’s all happening right before our eyes. So it can happen during a campaign. The way you start a season isn’t the way you end a season, neither in the short term nor in the long term.