Dak Prescott had to spend most of last offseason rehabbing from his serious leg injury suffered against the New York Giants in 2020.
This offseason is different.
Prescott explained to reporters that he's now able to work on everything this offseason, including his foot speed.
"I'm not rehabbing one thing. I'm working on my whole body," he said. "From my foot speed, it's not just putting this down. Now it's, 'Can I get this thing faster than they've ever been?' It's about improving on the person and player I was before the injury now and being the best player I can be for this organization."
Prescott added that he feels better than ever.
"It's exciting," he said. "Yeah, I mean throwing this morning and leaving that session, yeah, I mean pumped up just the way I feel, the leg feels, the arm feels, the body feels. Yeah, I'm excited."
Cowboys fans have to like hearing that.
Of course, the Cowboys still have to get it done when it matters.
"Talk is cheap!! Don't talk about it, be about it!!!!" one fan tweeted.
"I’m concerned with the o-line, d-line and WR group. It will be difficult for Dak to win if he can’t stay upright and only one guy to throw to," another fan added on Twitter.
The Cowboys will look to finally make that jump to Super Bowl contenders in 2022.