The crypto firm Blockchain․com announced on Tuesday that the company has inked a multi-year partnership deal with the Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. Blockchain.com says the Cowboys quarterback will appear on TV, radio, and social media in order to bring his “personal brand firepower to introduce crypto to a BitcoinBlockchaincomCowboyscryptoexchangeDakDallasDealExchangesInksMultiYearNewsPrescottQuarterbackStar Read More
The team is partnering with the exchange as the NFL loosens its policy on which types of crypto firms can be sponsors.
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Dak Prescott has been a good, but not great, quarterback since taking over for Tony Romo during his rookie season.He earned a hefty pay raise, but Jerry Jones has been reluctant to pay Prescott what he wants.If Prescott is serious about winning a Super Bowl, he might be better off agencyCommittingCowboysDakFreePrescottTest Read More
Much to the chagrin of fans of the other 31 NFL teams, the Dallas Cowboys are known as ‘America’s Team.’But since Jerry Jones bought the team in 1989, the team has been more about him than anything else.However, by defying authority and doing what’s right, Jones makes the team less AmericasCowboysDeadEricNFLTeamTrump Read More
Dak Prescott’s contract negotiation is important, but it’s not the only challenge facing the Dallas Cowboys this offseason.
From Amari Cooper to Byron Jones, the Cowboys face major questions before free agency arrives.
The Cowboys absolutely need Prescott, but not if his enormous salary demands brutalize the rest of the roster.
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