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Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott gets congratulations from other players after his big new contract

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Dak Prescott is getting paid by the Dallas Cowboys.

The star quarterback reached a four-year, $160 million deal to stay with the Cowboys on Monday, a source told Adam Schefter, putting to rest months of speculation about where he would end up in the 2021 season. The contract has $126 million in guaranteed money, and Prescott received a $66 million signing bonus, which would be the most in NFL history. Though he is coming off a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle from a Week 5 win, Prescott, who will turn 28 in July, has been predicted to make a full recovery.

Athletes from around the sports world sent congratulations to Prescott after hearing the news.