Report: Cowboys offer Prescott $33M-$35M per year with over $100M guaranteed
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As the deadline to reach a long-term deal approaches, the Dallas Cowboys have made their final offer to quarterback Dak Prescott.

The Cowboys have offered Prescott a deal that would pay him $33 million to $35 million annually with more than $100 million guaranteed, NFL Network's Jane Slater reports.

Such figures would place the 26-year-old in the same range as Russell Wilson, Ben Roethlisberger, and Jared Goff in terms of annual earnings; they own the second-, third-, and fourth-highest yearly salaries among NFL quarterbacks, respectively.

Talks between Prescott's camp and the Cowboys have reportedly stalled. The total money guaranteed could be an issue in negotiations.

Prescott has already signed his franchise tender, which will pay him $31.4 million for the 2020 season should he and the Cowboys fail to reach a multi-year agreement by Wednesday's 4 p.m. ET deadline.

Report: Cowboys offer Prescott $33M-$35M per year with over $100M guaranteed
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