CeeDee Lamb's Asking Price Just Went Up After NFC Star's Huge Extension

Dallas Cowboys receiver CeeDee Lamb's price tag on his extension just increased after the latest deal.
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The Dallas Cowboys have had a less-than-eventful offseason thus far. Jerry Jones and company told the fanbase they were all-in for the 2024 season, but their actions have shown the opposite.

Tyron Smith, Tony Pollard, Leighton Vander Esch, and Dan Quinn won't be a part of the roster in 2024 but that isn't there only problem.

Dak Prescott, Micah Parsons, and CeeDee Lamb are all up for monster contract extensions but things just got harder on Lamb's extension front.

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Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Lions and Amon-Ra St. Brown agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth more than $120 million with $77 million fully guaranteed. He's now the highest-paid WR in the NFL and that certainly raised the price on Lamb's potential deal.

Lamb decided not to show up to the Cowboys' voluntary spring workouts as he looks to secure a new contract.

With St. Brown now making $30 million a year, Lamb will definitely look to top that number, you can't really blame him blame him. St. Brown was a fourth-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, logging 315 receptions, 3,588 receiving yards, and 21 touchdowns in his NFL career.

Meanwhile, Lamb has been in the NFL for four years and notched at least 935 receiving yards in all four seasons. Across those four years, the former Oklahoma product reeled in 395 catches for 5,145 yards, and 32 scores.

Those numbers speak for themselves and Lamb has the stats to back up whatever his asking price is.

With Justin Jefferson, Tee Higgins, and Ja'Marr Chase all up for extensions next, it would be wise for the Cowboys to lock down Lamb sooner rather than later.

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