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Extension deadline looms
Loses leverage with tender signing
Most deserving of lucrative deal?
Set to sign franchise tender
Future target of Seahawks?
Set for increased role
Chance to revitalize career
Gets lucrative extension offer
Extension still on tap
Executive vice president Stephen Jones confirmed Wednesday in an appearance on 105.3 The Fan Dallas that the team's recent signing of Andy Dalton has no impact on the Cowboys' ongoing talks with Prescott regarding a contract extension, Ed Werder of ESPN reports. "Obviously, it has no bearing on Dak. Dak is the quarterback of our franchise now, and for many years to come. We've gotta get his contract -- we've gotta get over that hurdle. But we'll do it, it'll ultimately get done."
Prepping for career resurgence
Cowboys add Dalton
May work at safety
Anticipates winning battle
Nearly landed with Washington
Redskins coach Ron Rivera said Tuesday that the team made a strong bid to sign Cooper, who ultimately decided to stay with the Cowboys, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports. "Amari was someone that we chased very hard all the way up to the very end," Rivera said. "He decided to return to Dallas. We were in it and we were talking about the substantial money. But at the end of the day, he made a decision he felt was best for him and we respect it."
Odds-on favorite for starting job?
Zuerlein's prior body of work and contract could make him the favorite to win the starting placekicker job over Kai Forbath ahead of the 2020 season.
Facing serious competition
Forbath is facing competition for the starting placekicker job in 2020 with the Cowboys' recent signing of Greg Zeuerlein to a three-year contract.
Close to deal with Dallas
Expected to apply for reinstatement
Franchise tag coming
Anticipating big payday
Potential New England slot option
New CBA could lead to departure
Cowboys make lucrative offer