Dak Prescott in uniform

Dak Prescott (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Dak Prescott said Friday that negotiations have not really begun with the Cowboys on a new deal. The veteran quarterback said he still feels secure about his future, but he is not uneasy if his future is not on the team beyond the 2024 season.

“I’m not going to say I fear being here or not. I don’t fear either situation, to be candid with you,” Prescott said Friday, via The Athletic. “I love this game and love to play and love to better myself as a player and my teammates around me.

“Right now, it’s with the Dallas Cowboys; it’s where I want to be, and that’s where I am, and that’s the focus. And after the season, we’ll see where we’re at and if the future holds that. And if not, we’ll go from there.”

With no discussions going on behind the scenes for Dak Prescott, Fox Sports analyst Chris Broussard is now issuing a stern warning to the franchise over the possibility of letting a Pro Bowl quarterback walk out the door.

“This is my warning to Jerry Jones and Dak all right, with all their flaws,” Broussard said on First Things First. “Jerry Jones, you have a quarterback that I think theoretically you can win a Super Bowl with, he’s good enough. Be careful because it could be five to 10 years before you get another guy like this. But Dak Prescott if he was not the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys how much are we talking about Dak? Does he have all the commercials, does he have all the money off in marketing? So he needs to understand, man I’m the freaking Dallas Cowboys quarterback.”

Owner Jerry Jones had vowed to be “all in” during the offseason but things have been far from exciting with their little moves.

The team saw Dorance Armstrong, Jr., Tony Pollard, Tyron Smith, Neville Gallimore, Noah Igbinoghene, Jonathan Hankins, and Tyler Biadsz all leave via free agency while they managed to sign Eric Kendricks and Royce Freeman.

Aside from extending Prescott, the team also has to focus on re-signing CeeDee Lamb and Micah Parsons. Lamb is in the final year of his contract while Parsons could be a free agent after the 2025 season. It’s a scary time right now for the team and the fan base.

Dak Prescott Put MVP-Like Numbers During The 2023 Season

Dak Prescott (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was named one of five NFL MVP finalists after the season he had.

Prescott finished the NFL regular season with 4,516 passing yards, a league-leading 36 passing touchdowns, and nine interceptions en route to a 12-5 record. The team won the NFC East but fell in the Wild Card round to the Green Bay Packers.

Despite the team not rewarding him with an extension right now, should he put up similar numbers in 2024, the Cowboys front office would have no choice but to sign him to a new deal.