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Stephen Jones has critical prediction for Cowboys contracts

Can it be done?

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Is it going to be able to be done? 

The Dallas Cowboys are going to be facing a serious salary cap crunch before too long with the likes of Dak Prescott, CeeDee Lamb, Micah Parsons and Trevon Diggs all needing new contracts. But according to Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones, it's not going to be a problem.

"I feel like as we move forward it will all be about timing, but we feel like we can work within the parameters of the cap and make those type of things happen," Jones said Wednesday after a news conference where the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) announced it will host its World Finals at AT&T Stadium.

"We want to work on all of the above, but we'll just have to see how this thing plays out," Jones said. "You can't dictate when things happen and the timing. It takes two sides. For them to want to sign up, they've got to be happy where it is. And vice versa. But I wouldn't say just because we don't get it done by the start of the season doesn't mean we're not going to ultimately sign them."

Meanwhile, both Diggs and Lamb have expressed their desire to stay in Dallas. 

"Hopefully something gets figured out," Diggs said. "I love Dallas. I love being here, so, you know, we'll see.

Said Lamb, "Dallas is somewhere I always wanted to be. I don't see myself really wearing any other jersey. Don't want to get too much into detail on that, but I'm definitely excited for the future."

Will the Cowboys be able to get everyone signed and still stay legal under the salary cap? 

Source: ESPN