Ezekiel Elliott to Dak Prescott on Contract: ‘Be Patient’


Duck Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott.

Ezekiel Elliott gave his Dallas Cowboys teammate, Roof Prescott, the best lesson he learned in the fight for a long-term contract extension. And what he’s learned seems to have been taught by Andrew Brandt.

You have to be patient, Elliott Prescott said through the media on Wednesday, via USA Today. The schedule of appointments.

Elliott has to make the connection with the timing he set for himself, as he pressed his hand on the Cowboys last year by organising a training camp to protest against his contract. He inhaled… And inhaled… and blown…. with Elliott, who’s known as a Jet to Cabo, where he worked with Marshall Faulk of the Hall of Famer during the team’s preseason.

In September 2019, Dallas finally cashed in a contract that gave Elliott six years and $ 90 million, making him the highest paid player in the NFL and including $ 50 million in guarantees – $ 28 million was fully guaranteed at the signing.

The Cowboys can’t reopen the market with Prescott thanks to Patrick Mahomes’ $503 million deal, so Prescott can’t replicate Elliott’s seizure of power.

If Prescott had succeeded, it would have happened in the last low season, when his impact was at its peak. Today, after a horrible ankle injury and a month of recovery, he is even willing to settle for another deduction, this time worth $37.7 million, if future negotiations take place.

The Cowboys and Prescott, a free agent from 2021, were able to open the calls on the 4th. January, the day after the end of the regular season.

As I said before, our total commitment is to Dak Prescott, said Team Leader Stephen Jones, and we look forward to the completion of his contract. He’s a team leader and we really miss him, Jones told us about 105.3 The Fan on Monday.

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Washington Among the rumors, he will be a candidate for Roof.

If the Cowboys break away from Prescott (a big if), the former Pro Bowl seller will have no shortage of potential suitors. At ESPN’s Get Up, NFL insider Adam Schefter recently reported that several teams – including some from the Dallas division – could play for Prescott this spring.

How much would Washington pay to cripple his rival in the division and take out his quarterback and Roof Prescott? The chief asked a rhetorical question. What about Chicago? What about Indianapolis? How about Tampa Bay as Tom Brady’s successor? How about New Orleans succeeding Drew Brees? What about San Francisco? How about one of the following teams?

The fact that there are so many options suggests that Duck Prescott carries a lot of weight. Because he can. He can say it: Okay, I won’t be texting here in a year, so you can divorce me. There are many different ways to do it, like the Cowboys can.

To facilitate the departure of Prescott, who will no longer have a contract after 2020, the Cowboys will have to franchise the 27-year-old. But these uncertain times, warns Schefter, can make things more complicated.

Can they afford a Roof Prescott franchise during a pandemic when the lid is down? It’s the most exciting NFL off-season story for me right now, he said. Something jumps out every year. Last year it was Tom Brady. At the moment he looks like Dak Prescott, although he hasn’t played for a while due to this injury.

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Zeke responded to critics calling him to work on.

On Wednesday Elliott had the opportunity to silence the growing murmur about his role and perhaps his future in Dallas. He took the chance.

After all, it’s not the people who sign my checks, Elliott said, when asked about his criticism via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Cats don’t make the final decisions. I think there’s a reason why they don’t make those decisions. I don’t think it really matters.

The issue came up after week 15 at Dallas when an injured Elliott suddenly collapsed and his replacement, RB Tony Pollard, exploded for 5.8 yards on the drive and two touchdowns in a 41-33 win over San Francisco.

For Elliott – which, for the first time since 2017, is in danger of falling below 1000 metres – the only voice that carries any weight is that of the owner/director, Jerry Jones. And this voice has also distorted speculation by suggesting a short or long term replacement.

They’re two different kinds of backs, Jones said about Pollard and Elliott. …Zeke is a huge weapon for soccer because physics works, he fades and he wins if he helps us not to make as many mistakes as we’ve often made (in attack) this year.

Honestly, we always knew we had an alternative with Pollard, that was another way, but a good one. It’s a real tandem bike.

READ NOW: Stephen Jones unveils the decision to appoint Dalton Cowboys QB in 2021.

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