Should the Cowboys Prioritize Signing Ezekiel Elliott or Dak Prescott?




 

According to NFL Network reports, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has turned down a contract extension that would pay him $30 million a year. While there have been conflicting reports suggesting what amount the quarterback is seeking, SI Now'

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