The Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott are in the midst of contract talks.
After the Philadelphia Eagles signed Carson Wentz to a contract extension worth $32 million annually in new money, talks between Prescott and the Cowboys have heated up.
Earlier this week, a report emerged regarding how much Prescott wants from the team.
According to Cowboys insider Clarence Hill Jr., the star quarterback is hoping for $34 million annually.
Hill revealed how Wentz's new deal could impact Prescott:
While that deal could impact his negotiations with the Cowboys, as the team is analyzing all 60 pages of Wentz’s new contract, per source, know that Todd France and CAA have broached a deal in the range of $34 million annually, according to someone with knowledge of the talks.
It's his agent's job to ask for as much money as possible for the young quarterback.
Prescott is in the final year of his rookie deal that will pay him just over $2 million. He's led the Cowboys to a 32-16 record in his starts and made two trips to the Pro Bowl since becoming a fourth-round pick for the franchise.
Now he's hoping to land a contract that matches his productivity on the field.