Former Cowboys Coach Thinks Dak Prescott Wants Out Of Dallas

DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Dak Prescott will report to Cowboys training camp in Frisco in the next few days as the team gets ready to bring everyone in by the July 28 report date. Prescott could have sat out a portion of camp, but he elected to sign his $31.409 million franchise tag, all while he and the Cowboys were in the midst of a long-term negotiation that failed to result in a deal getting done by the July 15 deadline. 
Prescott has yet to speak publicly on the matter, but he did send a statement to NFL Network reporter Jane Slater, saying he's "grateful and blessed," to still be a Cowboy.
But, is that how he really feels? Maybe, he feels the same way as his brother when he shared his frustrations with the Cowboys organization on Twitter after the deadline passed without an agreement. 

That brings us to the G-Bag Nation's Bryan Broaddus, who delivered a bombshell of a report on 105.3 The Fan Thursday. 

In conversations with former Cowboys coaches, Broaddus, a former NFL scout and employee of the organization, was told that Prescott had an admiration for former head coach Jason Garrett, and "was disappointed that Garrett was relieved of his job."

Despite Prescott losing Garrett and he and the Cowboys failing to reach a deal on a contract extension, does he still want to be in Dallas long-term?

"'At this point, no, I don't think so," an unnamed former Cowboys coach told Broaddus. "'However, he won't say it or show it. The kid is a stud and is mentally strong.'" 

Broaddus went on to say that Prescott is "more hurt by the front office" than he was by his coaches. 

The Cowboys and Prescott have a long time to mend a potential snag in their relationship as they are unable to negotiate a new deal until the season is over.