VIDEO: Nick Wright Proposes Insane Scenario For Surprise AFC Team To Sign Cowboys QB Dak Prescott In Free Agency

Nick Wright of Fox Sports speaking (left). Dak Prescott of Dallas Cowboys looking on (right).
Nick Wright has football fans buzzing after suggesting a fascinating scenario involving Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott next year.

In a surprise, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport announced earlier this week that the Cowboys do not plan to extend Prescott, who’ entering the final season of his contract. Rapoport noted that this decision on Dallas’ end seemingly “clears the path for” the 30-year-old to enter free agency next year.

Naturally, some fans are now wondering if the Cowboys are planning to move on from Prescott between now and free agency next year. Dallas owner Jerry Jones almost never lets his top stars enter a season in a contract year, after all.

On FS1’s “First Things First” program, Wright proposed the idea of the New England Patriots passing on a QB with the No. 3 pick in next month’s NFL Draft. The reason? Wright suggested the idea of New England signing Prescott in 2024 free agency.

Wright outlined a scenario in which the Patriots trade the No. 3 pick to the Minnesota Vikings for the No. 11 and No. 23 selections, as the NFC North club may be keen on North Carolina QB Drake Maye if he’s available.

“Draft a tackle there (with the No. 11 selection)…draft one of the many stud wide receivers in this class at 23. And have the plan be, ‘We’re gonna sign Dak Prescott’….We could do the rare frontloaded deal.”


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