Report: Cowboys QB Prescott turns down $30M-per-year offer

Dak Prescott reportedly turned down $30 million a year from the Dallas Cowboys and wants to be the highest-paid quarterback in the NFL.NFL Network’s Jane Slater reported Monday that Prescott is “seeking a contract worth $40 million per year.”ProFootballTalk.com’s Charean Williams reported, citing her own sources, that Prescott did not demand $40 million per year.The highest-paid quarterback in the NFL in terms of average annual value is the Seattle Seahawks’ Russell Wilson. The Seahawks made Wilson the top-paid passer in the league at $35 million per year on a new deal this year, the latest in a string of new contracts for quarterbacks including Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) and Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons).In June, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Prescott had considered an offer worth $34 million per year. Not long after, Prescott said he wouldn’t put a ceiling on his value or consider a “hometown” discount.

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Rory McIlroy wins PGA Tour Championship

Rory McIlroy wins PGA Tour Championship

Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy won the 2019 PGA Tour Championship Sunday, becoming only the second person behind Tiger Woods to win the title twice. “Any time you can do something and Tiger’s the only other guy to do it, you know you’re doing something well,” McIlroy told CNN. McIlroy shot a 66 in the final…

Louisiana team wins Little League World Series

Louisiana team wins Little League World Series

A Louisiana team won the Little League World Series Sunday. The Eastbank Little League defeated Curacao 8-0 in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The team from River Ridge, a suburb of New Orleans, is also the first team from Louisiana to win the title. Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, and colleges including Louisiana State University and Tulane…

Stokes steers England to sensational Test victory over Australia

Stokes steers England to sensational Test victory over Australia

It will be remembered as Headingley’s last stand. England staged an incredible fightback to stop Australia retaining the Ashes in a seesawing third Test at the Yorkshire ground. Chasing a record 359 runs to win, England fought back to 238-4 at lunch Sunday before Australia rattled out five wickets to reach the brink of retaining…

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