• Fox Sports rebukes Skip Bayless for ‘insensitive’ Dak Prescott rant

    Fox Sports rebukes Skip Bayless for ‘insensitive’ Dak Prescott rant

    Fox Sports couldn’t skip over this one. On Thursday’s “Undisputed,” the talking head Skip Bayless declared he felt “no sympathy” for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott sharing his depression struggles. It was a take that spurred plenty of blowback, even from the network itself. “At FOX Sports, we are proud of Dak Prescott for publicly …
  • Skip Bayless: ‘No sympathy’ for Dak Prescott sharing depression struggles

    Skip Bayless: ‘No sympathy’ for Dak Prescott sharing depression struggles

    A day after Dak Prescott opened up about his older brother’s suicide and how he’s coped with it, Fox Sports host Skip Bayless said he had no sympathy for the Dallas Cowboys quarterback – and implied that his vulnerability hinders his leadership abilities. “I have deep compassion for clinical depression, but when it comes to …
  • Dak Prescott’s older brother shows how ugly it got with Cowboys

    Dak Prescott’s older brother shows how ugly it got with Cowboys

    Tad Prescott isn’t sure he’ll be rooting for the Cowboys “much longer.” After Wednesday’s deadline passed without Dallas and Dak Prescott agreeing on a long-term extension, the quarterback’s older brother made his anger and disappointment public. “There is a reason I was never a @dallascowboys fan growing up or before they drafted @dak after today, …
  • Dak Prescott to sign $31.4 million tender amid Cowboys contract dispute

    Dak Prescott to sign $31.4 million tender amid Cowboys contract dispute

    If there is an NFL season, it looks like there won’t be any holdout for Dak Prescott. The Cowboys quarterback is planning to sign his franchise tag tender by Monday, ESPN reported Sunday, locking in a $31.4 million salary for 2020 unless the two sides can agree to a new deal by July 15. Signing …
  • $45 million isn’t the real problem for Dak Prescott and the Cowboys

    $45 million isn’t the real problem for Dak Prescott and the Cowboys

    It’s time, not money. Multiple sources are refuting a report from NBC Sports’ Chris Simms released on Thursday as “definitely not true” that the Cowboys quarterback turned down a five-year, $175 million deal — $35 million annually — because he wanted “north of $45 million” in the final year. “To clarify any recent speculation on …
  • Cowboys brush off extreme Dak Prescott contract option

    Cowboys brush off extreme Dak Prescott contract option

    The Cowboys are still dancing with Dak Prescott, but they won’t leave him at the altar. After slapping the franchise tag on their Pro Bowl quarterback, the Cowboys have until July 15 to work out a long-term deal with Prescott. But even if they can’t come to an agreement by then, the Cowboys don’t have …
  • Andy Dalton signing one-year deal with the Cowboys

    Andy Dalton signing one-year deal with the Cowboys

    The Andy Dalton-to-the Patriots talk is officially dead. The former Bengals quarterback is signing a one-year deal with the Cowboys worth up to $7 million that includes $3 million guaranteed, according to an ESPN report on Saturday. The 32-year-old Dalton, who will be backing up Dak Prescott, already has a home in Dallas and won’t …
  • Dak Prescott sounds off on quarantine party as Cowboys say no more

    Dak Prescott sounds off on quarantine party as Cowboys say no more

    After more than 600,000 confirmed cases and at least 25,000 deaths caused by the coronavirus in the United States, Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott now apparently understand the importance of social distancing. Following a report that the Dallas quarterback had as many as 30 people at his house for a Friday night gathering — which …
  • Dak Prescott party controversy infuriates Marcus Spears

    Dak Prescott party controversy infuriates Marcus Spears

    The police didn’t find a party at Dak Prescott’s house, but the Cowboys quarterback isn’t getting off that easily from others for the birthday bash he reportedly threw at his house during the coronavirus shutdown. TMZ reported that Prescott hosted up to 30 guests, including teammate Ezekiel Elliott, Friday night in Prosper, Texas, at a …
  • Dak Prescott party: What happened when cops showed up

    Dak Prescott party: What happened when cops showed up

    Either police missed the party, ignored it or there was no party at Dak Prescott’s home. Police in Prosper, Texas, received a report Friday night of a gathering that violated coronavirus social-distancing regulations, but upon arriving at Prescott’s home, reported not seeing one taking place, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. An officer merely reminded …