The character of Dak Prescott has never really been a question. He's a stand up guy that any franchise would be proud to have on their team. In a photo slideshow on Instagram, Prescott voiced his frustrations with the current situation in the United States saying was:

disgruntled and unsettled

By the killing of George Floyd. You can see the whole post by CLICKING HERE.

The $1 million donation from Prescott is to help address the systemic racism issue and improve training for police officers throughout the United States.

This isn't the first time Prescott has used his platform to help with necessary changes. He and other members of the Cowboys joined the social justice reform, which is part of the NFL Players Coalition in 2018. That helped bridge the gap between communities and law enforcement.

The other story this off season with Dak Presott has been his contract. What's the latest on that contract? Well, we really aren't sure because a report will come out only to be denied shortly after. The one sticking point that seems to be the length of the contract. Dak wants a four year deal while the Cowboys want to lock him up for five. Either way, he's most likely going to become the highest paid player in the league no matter the length of the deal. One of the more recent reports, which you may or may not believe, had the annual salary listed at $35 million. That would place him higher than players like Russell Wilson and Jared Goff.

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