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Dak Prescott talks contract extension with Cowboys

He's in the midst of a four year deal.

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The Dallas Cowboys now feature the 4th franchise winner of the Walter Payton Man of the Year award, which was given earlier this year to quarterback Dak Prescott. The award recognizes an NFL player for his outstanding community service activities off the field, as well as excellence on the field, and is named for the late running back and Pro Football Hall of Famer Walter Payton.

As you may know, Prescott is in the midst of his hefty four year, $160 million contract with the Cowboys, and based on his latest comments, he wants to be in Dallas for the long haul. 

"One hundred percent, I'm excited for it (an extension)," Prescott said on Tuesday via The Dallas Morning News' Calvin Watkins. “Always dreamed to be here, and now that I’m here, I don’t expect to play for any other team. Now, it’s just about winning.”

“Looking forward to an extension. When that time comes, it will happen,” Prescott explained. “I’m with Stephen; it may just happen overnight. But when it happens, it happens. It’ll be great.”

Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones explained earlier in the year that the team does have plans to extend Prescott, and his father Jerry Jones said that he hopes Prescott is around for at least the next ten years. 

It doesn't sound like the relationship between the two sides is going to end any time soon.

Source: Cowboys Wire