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Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott to host inaugural women's football clinic

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said he and the team will accept that they are not in the playoffs and try to build off 2017 next season.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is hosting a women’s football clinic April 14 at Parish Episcopal School in Dallas.

The clinic, sponsored by Albertsons and Tom Thumb, is for women ages 21 and up. It costs $199.

It’s being billed as a “female-focused event combining football skills and drills with food, drinks, and fun!”

The night will include a cocktail hour, featuring two complimentary drinks and a light buffet.

Prescott will take questions. Participants will take the field for stations featuring fundamental football schools.

The evening will be capped with a touch football game.

For more information or to register, go to dakwomensclinic.com.

Cowboys fans' expectations were high after last year's 13-3 regular-season effort. But Dak Prescott's rising star seemed to fade and Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension limited his playing time, keeping the Cowboys from getting to the postseason

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