Dak Prescott contract: Deadline passes but clock still moving for Cowboys, franchised QB

  • Night net Co夜网论坛wboys The Cowboys and Dak Prescott have negotiated for more than a year on a long-term contract. They negotiated right up to Wednesday's 4 p.m. ET deadline, in fact. They still couldn't beat the clock.Worse, the clock is still ticking. Night net Network's Jane Slater reported Wednesday that there was an offer that Prescott was interested in pursuing, but there wasn't enough time to wrap it up.I'm told #Cowboys QB Dak Prescott was involved at the last minute in an effort to get a long term deal done but it was up against the 3pm CST deadline per source informed. The deal was between 33-35M annually with a 110 guaranteed. #Cowboys #Dak— Jane Slater (@SlaterNight net) July 15, 2020The deal included a 50M signing bonus and 70M over the first two years. I'm told Dak Prescott wanted to get this deal done but it was just too late per source informed. #Cowboys https://t.co/3h16v7kcIq— Jane Slater (@SlaterNight net) July 15, 2020Dak Prescott declined to clarify but disputes some of the details reported here. Tells me while he did talk to Stephen Jones & try to get a deal done he's grateful and blessed to be a Cowboy and working & moving forward to do whatever he can to help the team win a Super Bowl. https://t.co/GbNuhiLZhK— Jane Slater (@SlaterNight net) July 15, 2020The Dallas Morning News reported (subscription required[......]

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    What channel is Patriots vs. Saints on today? Time, TV schedule for NFL Week 3 game

  • NFL American Football Patriots Saints Patriots v Saints Through two weeks of the season, both New England and New Orleans have experienced ups and downs.The Saints put together an offensive rout of Green Bay in Week 1 anchored by a five touchdown and zero interception game from Jameis Winston, who then regressed in Week 2, completing just 50 percent of his passes while throwing no touchdowns and two interceptions. New Orleans has also struggled to get Alvin Kamara going as the star running back has just 121 total yards of offense through the first two weeks.In New England, all eyes have been firmly affixed on rookie quarterback Mac Jones, who was named the starter prior the season and has put up solid, but not gaudy numbers, completing just over 73 percent of his passes with one touchdown and 467 yards through the first two weeks. MORE: NFL odds entering Week 3The Patriots defense has stepped up to remove some pressure from Jones, wracking up six sacks and five interceptions. That performance has allowed Jones to ease into his role without the need to put[......]

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    College World Series 2014: TCU spoils Texas Tech's Omaha debut

  • OMAHA, Neb. — Boomer White drove in the go-ahead run in a dramatic eighth inning, and TCU beat Big 12 rival Texas Tech 3-2 in the College World Series on Sunday.The Horned Frogs (48-16) fell behind in the top of the eighth after starting pitcher Preston Morrison left the game, but they came back in the bottom half against Tech closer Jonny Drozd. MORE: Schedule | CWS field | Kenny Lofton talks CWS | PhotosTCU, the No. 7 national seed, moves to a Tuesday game against Virginia, which beat Mississippi 2-1 on Sunday night. Texas Tech (45-20), in the CWS for the first time, will play Ole Miss in the afternoon. TCU closer Riley Ferrell (3-1) earned the win in relief of Preston Morrison, who allowed five singles and struck out a career-high 10 in 7 1-3 innings. Drozd (7-1) took the loss.TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle called on Ferrell after Morrison gave up a sharply hit single to Stephen Smith. Anthony Lyons followed with a pinch-hit single, and then Tyler Neslony drove a ball the right-field wall for a 2-1 lead.The Frogs went back ahead in the bottom half. Keaton Jones scored from second when second baseman Alec Humphreys, who had just entered the game, overthrew first after stopping Cody Jones' grounder up the middle. Jones went to second on the play and scored on White's two-out base hit to left.The Red Raiders threatened in the ninth on Tim Proudfoot's infield single and an error that allowed Hunter Redman to reach with two out. The game ended when pinch-hitter Todd Rit[......]

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