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Dak Prescott’s brother shares heartwarming photo after news of new contract

That is one pricey hug.

Dak Prescott is going to be the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback in 2021 and beyond, with news of Prescott’s shiny new four-year, $160 million contract breaking on Monday night. The deal features $126 million in guaranteed money, per reports.

This, of course, is cause for celebration, especially among siblings. Tad Prescott, older brother to Dak, shared a heartwarming photo of the two family members hugging it out after the call on the contract.

“When your little brother gets the call. Let’s go @dak time to win the @dallascowboys a Super Bowl,” the tweet reads, with an image of the brothers hugging it out.

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Prescott’s signing ends a years-long odyssey of the organization and its franchise quarterback trying to figure out a long-term deal. Reports surfaced in 2020 that Prescott was looking for $40 million annually, a number that was initially scoffed at, but it looks like all of Prescott’s desires were satiated with the contract signing.

Prescott goes from fourth-round pick to one of the highest-paid QBs in AAV with the deal ($40 million per season), trailing only Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes ($45 million per season).

The Cowboys’ passer is coming off a gruesome ankle injury that ended his 2020 season just five games in, but he is expected to be all systems go for this upcoming season.

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