Jerry Jones expects Dak to be with Cowboys for 'a long time'

Texas -- Since the start of training camp, the Dallas Cowboys have signed extensions with cornerback Trevon Diggs,

safety Malik Hooker, and right tackle Terence Steele, as well as reworked the contract of right guard Zack Martin,

and they continue to work on deals with quarterback Dak Prescott and wide receiver CeeDee Lamb.

Prescott and Lamb have contracts that go through 2024, with Prescott expected to count $59.4 million against the salary cap next year.

"You live with those kinds of numbers all the time, especially the big ones." On 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Tuesday, owner and general manager Jerry Jones stated,

"That's always on your mind." "There's never a time when it goes away because you have to make everything fit."

As a result, it's on the mind when making a player decision in the middle of the season. It's nothing more than a fundamental.

We anticipate Dak staying with us for a long time. And, yes, we'll constantly [be] working around it with various numerical machinations that will work."

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