sbnation.com file photo: Dallas Cowboy quarterback Dak Prescott reportedly was offered $175 million for five years from the Cowboys
On Headlines podcast with London:
#1 The Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was rumored to have turned down a five year offer from the team for $175 million. Prescott wants $45 million on the fifth and final year of his contract.
#2 Prescott’s representative says the Cowboys didn’t make the offer and that Prescott wants a short term deal and the Cowboys are asking for a long term deal.
#3 Coming off the success of their documentary series with “The Last Dance” with Michael Jordan ESPN is coming up with a nine part series “Man in the Arena” featuring former New England Patriot quarterback great Tom Brady.
#4 Brady as the series will point out was an overlooked six round draft pick but when he came to the Patriots everything jelled for him and he rode a championship winner.
#5 Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis says the Rooney Rule is equated to the Jim Crow laws. The NFL is constituting a policy that teams who hire minority head coaches would get better draft spots. Lewis said it’s offensive and it’s like having Jim Crow laws.
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