ORLANDO – Dak Prescott was one of the few NFC players to miss the first day of Pro Bowl training on Wednesday. He arrived later in the day and participated on Thursday.
Prescott said he was leaving on vacation Monday when Cowboy owner Jerry Jones called to announce to third-quarterback quarterback that he had made his second Pro Bowl a blessing, "said Prescott," I'm obviously grateful for the people who allowed me to get into that position and be in that position. I appreciate my teammates and my coaches. They also deserve it. "The Cowboys' decision to break away from offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, who not only worked closely together over the past three years, but also played a key role in Dallas when he formulated Prescott in 201
"I appreciate Coach Linehan," said Prescott, "I do not know if words can honestly express it. What he meant for me to bring me here. What he meant for the first three years of my career. I'm so thankful for him. I wish him well. "
It's still unclear who Linehan will replace as offensive coordinator and play-caller, it could be head coach Jason Garrett or an offensive assistant like Kellen Moore, Doug Nussmeier or Jon Kitna That it could be a combination of this group.
What does Prescott think will happen?
"I'm not sure what will happen in the future," he said, "I have not been with Jerry and the boys yet I think that interests me for my opinion or whatever. But I'm curious what we will do forwards.
"Obviously we have opportunities within our employees, I'm just excited that everyone wants to get better and do the things we need to do."
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