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the $ 1.2 billion can not tempt Dak Prescott to be in the Dallas Cowboys the next five seasons.

Texas-the team would otherwise offer their star-quarterback $ 35 million, or 240 million each season for the next five years, writes among other Fox.

A contract that otherwise could have made him the best paid player in the NFL's history.

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26-year-old Dak Prescott took the NFL by storm when he and runningbacken Ezekiel Elliott both manifested itself on the Cowboys-the people in their common debutsæson in the league.

however, They have to be in a Super Bowl since their debut in 2016 and have Divisional Playoffs, a sort of quarter-final in the NFL, as the biggest achievement.

the Reports, however, that the Prescott will have an additional 10 million dollars in his fifth season with the Cowboys, who also have interest in to make him a franchise quarterback.

It is the acclaimed NFL reporter Chris Simms and former New York Patriots assistant who learns the Prescotts rejection.

recently acquired the Cowboys another quarterback in the form of Andy Dalton, which in the past has been the first choice in the History of the Ball.

He is brought in for a role as a backup to Prescott, but time will tell whether Dallas-the team head to agree with their superstar on a new contract.

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