Stephen Jones: No contract talks with Dak since September
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Time is ticking for the Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott to agree on a new contract, but the two parties apparently haven't talked for a significant amount of time.

Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Monday that his team hasn't met or negotiated with the impending unrestricted free agent since September, according to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News.

Jones added that Dallas won't agree to an extension with either Prescott or fellow free agent Amari Cooper until the collective bargaining agreement rules are determined for the 2020 season.

The NFL approved terms for a new CBA last week, but the players' association has yet to sign off on the deal.

If a new agreement isn't put into place for 2020, teams will be allowed to use both the franchise and transition tags instead of only one.

While Jones admitted the Cowboys are facing cap "challenges" because of the upcoming paydays for Prescott and Cooper, he said there is "absolutely not" a time when his team will look to move on from the pivot.

"Dak's our quarterback. He's our quarterback for the future," Jones said. "We have nothing but the greatest respect for him."

Prescott produced the best season of his career in 2019, throwing for 4,902 yards and 30 touchdowns.

Stephen Jones: No contract talks with Dak since September
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