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Dak Prescott Contract Odds Released by BetOnline

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jul/15/2020

While the collapse in talks over Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott's contract may have some negative impact on his play in 2020, it's also possible he will have to prove himself that much more.  The key is that he is expected to play in 2020.  Failure to do so will result in significant fines.  BetOnline is offering odds on how long Prescott lasts in Dallas.

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BetOnline is offering odds on Prescott's contract:

Duration of Prescot's New Contract with Cowboys

Under 1.5 Years

-225

Over 1.5 Years

+160

From ESPN:

What happens if the sides do not reach an agreement? 

Prescott has to play the season on the $31.4 million tag and the sides cannot discuss a long-term deal until 2021. Essentially, this might kick the can down the road for a year before the sides get into the same prolonged dance again. The only good news is we wouldn't have to hear and read incessant reports about negotiations until next offseason. 

Could Prescott sit out?

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Now that he has signed the tender, he is under contract and would face prohibitive fines if he does not report to camp. For those who believe Prescott would hold out, he played last season for $2 million, why wouldn't he play for $31.4 million this season? 

If he had not signed the tender, he would not have faced any fines for skipping training camp and preseason games (however those look starting later this month). He could have shown up the week before the season opener against the Rams. 

By signing the tender, the Cowboys and Prescott will avoid the fiasco the Pittsburgh Steelers and Le'Veon Bell went through in 2018. 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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