Dak Prescott's Brother Takes Clear Dig at Cowboys, Jerry Jones

Tad Prescott threw some shade at the Cowboys after the Philadelphia Eagles made two huge moves on the first day of NFL free agency.

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The Philadelphia Eagles, who are an arch-nemesis of the Dallas Cowboys, had a tremendous first day of NFL free agency, signing Bryce Huff and Saquon Barkley to multi-year deals. The Barkley signing sent shockwaves around the NFL as no one expected the Eagles to open their wallet at the running back spot.

The Eagles’ free-agent signings also caught the attention of Cowboys fans and Dak Prescott’s brother, Tad, who took to Twitter to praise Philly’s front office.

The responses to Prescott’s tweet were mixed as some fans agreed with him, while others thought otherwise. Then, making matters more interesting, Prescott retweeted a tweet from Blogging The Boys (SB Nation’s Cowboys site) that said, name a bigger lie than “all in” you can’t. 

If you remember, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has made it a point of emphasis to say that the team is “all in” heading into the 2024 season, but their moves say otherwise. Dallas saw Tony Pollard, Tyler Biadasz, and Dorance Armstrong sign with new teams in free agency.

Through the first day of free agency, the Cowboys haven’t done much of anything to fill those voids, especially the running back position. Dallas was reportedly in the mix for free agent RB Zack Moss before he signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.

However, Michael Gehlken of The Athletic reported Monday that Moss’ price extended past their comfort point. If the Cowboys are unwilling to pay a running back $4.5 million for a season, they might not be “all in” as fans once thought.

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