Drew Pearson Says Cowboys Will Re-Sign Dak Prescott, Likely To Richest NFL Deal Ever


The Dallas Cowboys are set to re-sign quarterback Dak Prescott, making him the highest-paid player in NFL history, according to former Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson. In an interview with TMZ Sports, Pearson expressed his confidence in the team’s decision to retain Prescott and praised him as the ideal quarterback for the Cowboys.

Pearson stated, “Dak ain’t going anywhere, OK? Jerry Jones is not going to let Dak Prescott go away. He’s everything we want in a Dallas Cowboy quarterback.” This statement comes amidst speculation that this could be Prescott’s last year with the team due to the size of his cap number in 2024 and the addition of Trey Lance, a former top-five pick, to the team.

However, Prescott’s exceptional performance this season has silenced much of the doubt surrounding his future with the Cowboys. Pearson firmly believes that Prescott will remain in Dallas, emphasizing that he will be the highest-paid player in NFL history. “Because Jerry Jones is not going to let Dak Prescott go. We are going to sign Dak Prescott, and he’ll be a Cowboy for life,” Pearson confidently stated.

Pearson’s admiration for Prescott is evident, as he even claimed he would choose Prescott over Jalen Hurts, the Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback, right now. As a former receiver, Pearson expressed his trust in Prescott’s ability to deliver the ball accurately.

The matchup between Hurts and Prescott took place on Sunday, and Pearson, unsurprisingly, predicted a victory for the Cowboys in this crucial game against the Eagles.

Prescott’s contract status has been a hot topic of discussion throughout the season, but Pearson’s comments provide reassurance that the Cowboys are committed to keeping their star quarterback. With his impressive skills and leadership, Prescott has solidified his place as the face of the franchise and will likely continue to lead the Cowboys to success in the years to come.

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