So much has been made this offseason over the value of his deal with the Dallas Cowboys, as many cite his 22-10 record over his first two seasons as the basis for making the point he's underpaid, set to make just $630,000 in year three of his rookie contract. The thing is, it's just that: A rookie contract. A former fourth-round pick, the "fixed" pay scale on players entering the league, as agreed upon by all sides in the last round of Collective Bargaining Agreement talks, essentially determined what Prescott would be paid the moment he got the call from the Cowboys -- tethered directly to his 135th-overall selection. The only thing Prescott can do at this point is play to earn a bank-breaking second contract, or land a slew of endorsements.
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