American Football

Jerry Jones sees Dak Prescott contract affecting revenue cap for 5 years


Dallas Cowboys owner and established supervisor Jerry Jones and the different 31 owners in the NFL are at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Orlando this week for the Annual League Meeting.

In passing, Jones talked with reporters at the inn on Sunday for almost an hour to talk about the place the Cowboys are at this factor in the offseason as the dirt continues to settle from a busy (or busy, relying on who you ask) free organization period.


Here are the highlights from that conversation.


Confidence in Dak


Amid ongoing negotiations for a contract extension for Dak Prescott – a theme that he remained consistent in no longer addressing – Jones has been almost redundant throughout the offseason in his confidence in his quarterback to be what the team wishes to reach its ultimate goal.

Stopping the Run


Jones highlighted at the commencing of the offseason at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. that walking the ball more efficaciously and stopping the run would be two massive focuses of the offseason.

On that same topic, the departure of Tyron Smith was once no longer an convenient one, as Jones compared it to when he was once forced to watch Hall of Fame protective give up DeMarcus Ware exit the building and sign with the Denver Broncos 10 years ago. 


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