The Dallas Cowboys restructured two contracts
The Dallas Cowboys have made some crucial moves the week before free agency starts. The Cowboys applied the franchise tag to running back Tony Pollard. On Friday, the Cowboys restructured two contracts to save cap space for next season.
The team needed to save money to help keep contributors on the roster. Reports have come out recently that running back Ezekiel Elliot and tight end Dalton Shultz could part from Dallas this offseason. According to Field Yates with ESPN, the Cowboys restructured quarterback Dak Prescott and offensive guard Zack Martin. The move will save the Cowboys $30 million in cap space for next season.
The Cowboys restructured the contracts of QB Dak Prescott and G Zack Martin, creating nearly $30M in cap space for 2023.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 10, 2023
Prescott and Martin are two of the three most important players on the Cowboys’ offense. The third would be Pollard, whose contract is taken care of for next season. According to Over The Cap, the Cowboys have about $14 million in cap space for next season.
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