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  • especially if he's franchised.

  • Um, it's over.

  • Um, I don't think, you know, they still have until July to sign him to a long term deal.

  • And I'm not ruling out the possibility.

  • I'm not saying definitively it won't happen.

  • But if I had to bet my money if you don't reach a long term agreement with him sooner than later, Dak Prescott gonna tell Jerry Jones in Dallas Cowboys to kick rocks after the next season, I'm moving on.

  • I definitely think I think they're getting a long term deal done.

  • I think it might be very, very soon, like maybe before the franchise deadline.

  • And I'll tell you why.

  • The NFL is divided into two different kinds of teams, period.

  • The haves and the have nots.

  • And unlike other sports, not about big market, small market anything like that.

  • It's about the teams with quarterbacks and the teams.

  • Without them, period.

  • Casey has a quarterback.

  • Green Bay has a quarterback.

  • Tampa has a quarterback.

  • Seattle has a quarterback.

  • For now, Washington doesn't have a quarterback.

  • Neither New York team.

  • They're hoping they have when they don't know the haves and the have nots.

  • And when you have a quarterback.

  • You're halfway there already.

  • Dallas has a quarterback now.

  • They may not value him the way Kansas City or Green Bay or Tampa values there.

  • Guys, they shouldn't yet because he's not on that level yet.

  • But he's very good, and maybe he's trending toward their, and the bottom line is they have now reached the deadline.

  • Either you're going to remain a team with a quarterback, or you're gonna be like the bottom feeders looking for one.

  • And I can't believe that Jerry Jones having been beaten in the negotiation because Stephen A, this franchise tag You can't you can't pro rated advertising over seven now 50 million.

  • So so that's why does he want more years?

  • He wants it to be less of a cap hit to spread it out more years than you redo the deal and keep kicking the can down the road.

  • But Jerry Jones has backed himself into this situation and he is going to have to admit I got beat in the negotiation.

  • I think his ego can handle it, he has said.

  • On the record.

  • I mentioned this earlier every single one of the best deals he ever made in his career.

  • He overpaid, but he's admitting.

  • But those were the best deals.

  • So I'm saying he's gonna do it, Steven, because the moment he admits he lost, he wins.

  • He gets his quarterback.

  • I gotta confess to you, Max Kellerman, on a personal level, man, I've been very uncomfortable having this conversation about Dak Prescott for as long as we've been having it.

  • Because as much as I love to troll cowboy fans, I'm dead serious.

  • When I say I have nothing against the Cowboys, it's the fans that the Dallas Cowboy fans really are disgusting and nauseating to me.

  • I really don't like them.

  • You understand?

  • Saying, Oh, young, black, white I don't give a damn who I've never met A cowboy fan I actually like, I really got really mean I can't stand up, get the sound a cow, uh, cowboy, But some of your best friends are cowboys.

  • You can say that you and I don't like them when the subject of the cowboys come up.

  • I don't return their phone calls.

  • I don't talk to the The only person that I can tolerate is Michael Irvin, because damage you want Super Bowls, you have every right to be the cheerleader that you are because you're the playmaker, your Michael Irvin.

  • He's the lone exception, but the average Joe American citizen out here who's a cowboy fan, I find them to be utterly disgusting when it comes to the subject of the Cowboys, male and female.

  • Fine.

  • It don't matter.

  • I don't give a damn who you are.

  • If you're a cowboy fan, when it comes usually fine.

  • I don't like excuses.

  • It I don't I don't like them.

  • But I'll tell you, I'll tell you this.

  • When it comes to Jerry Jones, here's the part that that really bothers me.

  • Max Kellerman, I gotta confess to you I genuinely liked the man.

  • I had the pleasure of meeting him a few years ago.

  • We talked when he was doing something for fronts with ESPN.

  • We talked again to the Super Bowl part.

  • I mean, Jerry Jones is a fascinating guy.

  • He's great to talk to.

  • He actually gave me a birthday when she is my little brother.

  • You know what I'm saying?

  • His October 13th I'm October 14th, actually got I'm very, very, very fond of this man and I actually if he would have ended up.

  • Winning it would just sickens me to my stomach because of the Dallas Cowboy fans I have to deal with but him, I would actually be happy for him.

  • But what bothers me is what I have to talk about him with Dak Prescott, because I truly, truly believe if this was Tony Romo, you have had this done already, and I didn't like I didn't like his position.

  • You know how he disappeared and went AWOL when the whole social justice movement came about, because I'm like you front and center it in.

  • Where the hell are you now and then The Dak Prescott thing?

  • You know what?

  • We you know you're taking these positions, But you didn't do it with Tony Romo.

  • It really bugged me because I really, really like question.

  • But it bothers me real talk, as the kids say when you bring that up, I always think, Does race have something to do with it?

  • Right?

  • Because it's one thing to pay black players.

  • It's another thing to play to pay African American quarterbacks or coaches because that's that's who gets the air time.

  • That's who represents a team.

  • That's who the leader is right.

  • That's why there was always bars set against black quarterbacks.

  • Really, How much of it do you think is that?

  • And I know it's unknowable, how much race plays into it and how much of it is just that Tony Romo's case, the dude had next level charisma.

  • Like when you bring up Romo, it's not simply that he's some quarterback, it's that he's so charismatic.

  • He gets $17 million a year to let me ask you that quickly, because we gotta go.

  • We gotta go.

  • Jerry Jones from Arkansas and Jerry Jones.

  • Southern roots.

  • He's a billionaire, all of this other stuff, and I know people want to lean to that, and maybe there's some truth to it in terms of the level of control he likes to exercise.

  • But I'm not going to be unfair to Jerry Jones.

  • I know plenty of black players who swear by him and talk about the kind of man he is, how he's been supportive, and I know it's a pleasure and an honor to know him and to talk to him.

  • I got nothing negative to say about Jerry Jones in that regard.

  • What I would say about the Tony Romo thing and Tony Romo is charisma is off the charts.

  • You're absolutely right about that.

  • My issue with Jerry Jones is in the end, if you know you would do something for Tony Romo with Dak Prescott, I don't know what the reason is, but I do know this.

  • You have not been fair to this man because from the time that Dak Prescott walked through the door, maybe because he was succeeding Tony Romo.

  • You haven't given him a fair shake, a fair shake.

  • And I resent that because I don't think that is the kind of guy that deserves He's been a model citizen.

  • He's been exemplary off the field to play.

  • The only blemish on Dak Prescott entire career thus far is him throwing a little gathering at the start of Covid 19.

  • That's all I'm saying is all I'm saying is it could use the situation because he's following Romo as opposed to some other court.

  • Exactly.

  • I'm gonna and I'm gonna leave it at that because I'm not gonna accuse Jerry Jones or something like that.

  • I just know that he likes his power when he likes to control.

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Dak Prescott will play his last season with the Cowboys if he gets franchise tagged - Stephen A.

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