Using his new ties as part-owner of the DFW area Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott helped pass out 1,000 meals with the Our Calling group.
Prescott's contract included NFL records with a $66 million signing bonus and a first-year value of $75 million. There is a no-trade clause, and the Cowboys can't use the franchise tag after the contract.
A deal has finally been reached between the Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott. Dallas Morning News Cowboys reporter David Moore talks to Mike & Sam about how close Dallas was to a "nuclear option" if a deal wasn't signed soon.
It's finally over! The Dallas Cowboys have reached a long-term deal with quarterback Dak Prescott. Per ESPN, it's a 4-year, $160 million contract with $126 million guaranteed.
The team announced Monday evening it has “agreed to terms on a new contract” with QB Dak Prescott. Details of the deal were not immediately released by the team, but ESPN and NFL Network reported it’s a four-year deal worth $160 million.
The Ticket's Donovan Lewis stops by for Ticket Tuesday to discuss the Dak contract negotiations and to critique Mike and Sam's earphone game!
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson would like to play for the Dallas Cowboys... sort of. Wilson's agent Mark Rodgers tells ESPN's Adam Schefter that if Seattle traded Wilson, only four destinations would please the superstar. Those teams are the Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Las Vegas Raiders, and New Orleans Saints. Rodgers says Wilson hasn't requested a trade. Mike Doocy and Sam Gannon discuss the likelihood of Russ cooking with the Cowboys.
Pro Football Hall of Famer and TCU legend LaDainian Tomlinson stops by to talk about an upcoming collaboration with his alma mater. We also ask the legendary RB about Ezekiel Elliott's recent slump, Dak Prescott's contract negotiations, and the agelessness of Tom Brady.
The Ticket's George Dunham is teaming up with Country music artists Pat Green and Matt Boggs from Prophets and Outlaws to help out Texans in need. Their song "Little bit of love" is releasing on February 12th, 2021 with 100% of proceeds going to North Texas Food Bank. Mike & Sam caught up with them to talk about how this project came about. That's this week's Ticket Tuesday.
The Cowboys have until March 9th to either sign Quarterback Dak Prescott to a long-term contract or apply the franchise tag. Dallas Morning News Cowboys Writer David Moore says applying the franchise tag a 2nd time isn't a good idea.
Dak Prescott will not play the rest of this season and his recovery is expected to take four to six months. Prescott has never missed a start in four-plus seasons with the Cowboys, a mark that will end this weekend.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was carted off the field after suffering a gruesome lower-leg injury in a game against the New York Giants on Sunday.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott was injured at the end of a 9-yard run when he was tackled by a Giants player. Prescott will undergo surgery Sunday night.
“That's disgusting, I don't understand that one at all. There's a lot of things in this country that I don't understand that we're looking at right now,” Prescott said about the grand jury's decision on Breonna Taylor.
Sports commentator Skip Bayless is facing criticism over remarks he made about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott's mental health.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott's older brother, Jace, died at the age of 31 in April, and Dak has revealed that Jace died of suicide.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott wants his team to have individual freedom to protest during the national anthem, but wants his teammates to "love and support one another collectively.”
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said Wednesday he hopes to eventually sign a long-term deal with the club and he’d support a teammate who wanted to kneel for the anthem.
Former Dallas Cowboy Tony Dixon chats with Mike Doocy and Sam Gannon about the current state of the Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has reportedly written a letter to Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt and the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board calling for the release of death row inmate Julius Jones.