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The Dallas Cowboys once again saw their season come to a disappointingly early end, this time at the hands of the Green Bay Packers in a stunning loss in the NFL Wild Card postseason round.
But for anyone anticipating a rebuild under team owner and general manager Jerry Jones, you needn't be. According to the man himself, the Cowboys are going "all in" for the 2024 season.
"We will be going all in," the Dallas Cowboys owner said when discussing the upcoming 2024 campaign on Tuesday, per Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "I would say that you will see us this coming year not build it for the future."
The Cowboys are certainly in a position to be going "all in" in 2024, considering that the likes of Mike McCarthy, Dak Prescott and Micah Parsons are all entering the final years of their current contracts.
Jones had the following to say about Prescott's future with the team:
"Dak has done nothing to change my mind about any promise for the future," he said. "I think I've said that we will go as far as Dak takes us in the playoffs. Remember that. We will go as far as Dak takes us. And that is how far we went. That doesn't change a thing. We'll go as far as Dak takes us."
Cowboys fans, can the team go "all in" in 2024?